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Discussion in 'In the News...' started by stylegurrl, Aug 25, 2004.
grrr...they treat him like a character :grrr:
and they also rewrite history.
Off topic: me likes your new icon - an incredible and a very important film.
On topic: Everyobdy prostitues Guevara's image, what are they going to do, sue everyone? It's like RIAA suing everyone who swaps songs.
^ Also off topic: Is that from Dogville? I never saw it- I heard it was quite hateful and bad.
yes. hateful and bad? wow, who told you that, some hillbilly who thought it was unamerican?
hmm, I think you'll hear a lot of 'bad reviews' about Lars Von Trier films cause a lot people expect films to be a pleasant experience.
In my opinion, Dogville is pretty good, it's difficult and aggresive, but also very analytical and metaphoric.. to me, it's about it's about the whole misconception of the way 'America' should be. I don't know... I highly recommend it.
woah...faust is feeling ...fiesty
Dogville looks interesting i want to rent it.
I can't wait for The Motorcycle Diaries, it looks really good.
Besides bringing a very important philosophical problem which has been swept under the carpet in our newly formed fake politically correct world, it's a totally enigmatic and innovative cinematic experience - it totally blew my mind. It is so deconstracted that there is not a hint of covering up the story with any kind of effects. It's like theater on film, but still different. In a film like that there is nothing to take your attention away from the actors. Nicole Kidman did an amazing performance. The only other film that comes close to this cinematically is Reservoir Dogs which also was really theater on film.
BTW, Lars said that although the film is set in Colorado, he could've set it anywhere. The conflict in the movie is universal. Needless to say comments like these were only published in the Village Voice, and not in mainstream media. I actually thought that Lars will be subjected to a witch hunt here, but instead the media just chose to ignore the film (despite it winning Cannes).
aw, I can't wait for The Motorcycle Diaries!... and The Bad Education.... and Last Life in the Universe!..
I was wondering how I never heard of this film, I love Nicole and any movie she's in sparks my interest so I can't believe I didn't know of Dogville's existence. I guess it just was barely publicized. Will rent it asap!
Let us know what you think.
Che is idiolized by so many. But in reality he was a homophobic, misogynistic, person. Among other things.
Considering location and time, his 'homophobic' and 'misogynistic' persona was just one in billions.
He's idolized for what he did in terms of justice and politics, not for his private life