23rd Psalm Branch: Part I

23rd Psalm Branch: Part I

In this haunting but lyrical meditation on war, Brakhage intercuts 8-mm footage of Colorado with imagery from WWII newsreels. He responds to the violence and nightmare of war by painting directly on the filmstrip.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:48 minutes
  • Release:1967
  • Language:
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:independent film,  

A cinematic variation on the theme of war, inspired by television broadcasts of the Vietnamese conflict. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


23rd Psalm Branch: Part I torrent reviews

Caroline L (it) wrote: A good sofa movie. Ed Eastwick is good, strange seeing him as an Englishman.

Brad S (jp) wrote: A resilient story of friendship and service.

William F (ca) wrote: Deep stop motion is not as cool as fascinating computer animation.

Matthew H (kr) wrote: This movie helped me catch up on the previous generation. Just when you think Darth Vader is as bad as it gets, you see that he serves the Emperor. Karl Rove is a tool that was shaped by Lee Atwater. Lee to politics to a new level. It doesn't matter what is said, do whatever it takes to win. Usually that involves fear. Induce that fear anyway you can. The more focused the better. The very fact that Lee dies of a brain tumor at the end of movie proves that God does exist in the world. The fact that he sent Willie Horton a letter asking for his forgiveness shows compassion and his conversion to Christianity. The fact that his Bible was unopened and still in the original plastic wrap shows he was complete and absolute bull shiznit to the bitter end!

Nicola D (de) wrote: maybe the best futurama movie so far. Its apocalyptic and tragic scenario turns out to be something which summons up the universal love for any other living being. Excellent.

Calvin R (jp) wrote: Great animation, and great action sequence, but story and the tone of the first film were lost in this sequel. Non the less still a fairly good animation, paying a tribute to Marvel's Captain America, Thor, Iron Men, Black Widow, The Hulk, Giant Men, Wasp, and Panther. Although this focus more on Panther, but Isn't it suppose to be about the original team, The Avengers?

Justin O (nl) wrote: Despite its low budget, it's one of the best zombie movies ever.

Justin Y (au) wrote: best film to see with your chick... you'll love it

Alex R (it) wrote: The main guy reminds me of Alex

Gareth R (mx) wrote: I found myself counting absurdities while watching this film.A 17-knot U boat keeping up with a 21 knot liner all the way fro Southampton to Naples.A WW1 radio that fits inside a bible.A secret agent taking a job as a nanny so she has to spend most of her time with a couple of children.A hospital ship carrying munitions.A torpedo being blow up by a machine gunA ship the size of the Titanic being sunk by a home-made bomb.

Shaun K L (de) wrote: I wish they would just release this already damn it! I've been waiting a long time to se this again

Robert A (au) wrote: Very humorous and it's amazing to see how it unfolds. If you've ever filmed anything or worked on something where every take needs to be just right than you need to see this.

Marilee A (es) wrote: Smokin Hot Love Scenes

Imola L (jp) wrote: I wasn't impressed by the lead actress.

James C (au) wrote: Beautifully mounted version of Henry James' novella suffers from a misguided lead performance by Cybill Shepherd and tone from director Peter Bogdanovich. Shepherd plays the lead as if she was in a Howard Hawks comedy and Bogdanovich doesn't seem to have the sense to realize he's taken the wrong approach with the lead and the tone is completely off so by the time that the tragic ending happens, there's no sense of loss.

Josh L (jp) wrote: A script that sounds like a tourism commercial and the most boring racing sequence ever is rescued by some really catchy songs, vintage Vegas scenery, and the chemistry between Elvis and Ann Margaret.

Bob W (de) wrote: Horror film stalwart George Zucco gets to play the bad guy lead, drugging and zombifying unsuspecting assistant into his slave. Evelyn Ankers and Turhan Bey round out a fairly impressive experienced horror cast even if the plot is almost as plodding and inevitable as the Mad Ghoul himself.

Amber L (fr) wrote: Incredibly talented cast! What a gem of a movie... 3 of my all time favourite actors... Can't miss!

Autumn C (au) wrote: A really amazing story and great movie that everyone should see. The acting is great. Even though it runs long and is slow at times it's a must see. Very inspiring!