Afternoon of a Faun: Tanaquil Le Clercq

Afternoon of a Faun: Tanaquil Le Clercq

Of all the great ballerinas, Tanaquil Le Clercq may have been the most transcendent. With a body unlike any before hers, she mesmerized viewers and choreographers alike - her elongated, ...

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Andrew C D (ru) wrote: Picture a goofy song and dance musical partially that takes place in Auschwitz, and uses the concentration camp and enduring tragedy as a source of gags and jokes. Distasteful? Yes, and yet when the Muppets Most Wanted use the Soviet Gulags, which have a kill count of 2-3 times that of the Nazi concentration camps, as a springboard for jokes, nobody really cares. The leading humans have boring roles as written, so there's no much room for judging their performances there, but Jason Segel also had a very plain role in The Muppets, which he managed to fill in with his charisma and attention to performing detail. Ricky Gervais has only his trademark snide attitude to fill in a role with, which comes off as bad as you might expect.The songs were written by Bret McKenzie, who won an Oscar for his previous effort on The Muppets, but appears to have given much less effort in this endeavor. The strongest song in this movie by a large margin is "Together Again" from The Muppets Take Manhattan.Rod Serling, who understood the narrative possibilities of tragedy and fear better than anyone finished a script with the following: "All the Dachaus must remain standing. The Dachaus, the Belsens, the Buchenwalds, the Auschwitzes-all of them. They must remain standing because they are a monument to a moment in time when some men decided to turn the Earth into a graveyard. Into it they shoveled all of their reason, their logic, their knowledge, but worst of all, their conscience. And the moment we forget this, the moment we cease to be haunted by its remembrance, then we become the gravediggers. Something to dwell on and to remember, not only in the Twilight Zone but wherever men walk God's Earth."

Swayam B (de) wrote: A genre shift by Anurag Kashyap !!Many people would be disappointed but I am not as it is a neo-noir experience and that's rare in Indian Cinema.More than that it a very good mystery film minus thrills which keeps you guessing in the real sense.Limited budget and Unmatched potential.Performances are not path-breaking but are of top-notch quality!!Keep Going Anurag Kashyap !!Must Must Watch !!

Bruce20 B (br) wrote: From the success of Iron Man 1, the second film in the iron man series, third in the MCU, Iron Man 2 took a big drop from what its previous movie had. It just didn't have the same feel. Still an action packed joyride of fun, but a little overrated. My Score: 68%

Emily A (ru) wrote: Truly the loveliest movie and I advise you to be wary of anyone who doesn't completely love it.

Louise T (ru) wrote: Fabulous, funny gentle French comedy.

Sam K (it) wrote: Mediocre (there's a reason Hollywood is synonymous with movie-making & Marseilles is not). This movie would have been much more interesting if the male lead was portrayed as being a terrible writer who -- possible spoiler here -- have you stopped reading yet? -- who gets no appreciation for his non-talent. Also, a big deal is made out of Lila's blondness, yet they didn't cast an actual blonde in the role, which is odd.

Shawna F (ag) wrote: enjoyed this movie. scary what happens just for normal people to be safe.

Cynthia S (jp) wrote: This movie moved at a snails pace. Its a serious and sad subject, but the way it was presented made it seem secondary to the budding, uninteresting romance.

Alon G (au) wrote: My favorite Con man movie. Definitely worth watching. In any situation :-)

Martijn W (nl) wrote: I wanted to see this documentary for a long time. The last witnesses of the Nazi-persecution of gays. Especially the tears of Heinz F. @ the end are very confrontational. But I missed a lot of historic context and thats the weak point of this docu. Could have been much more powerful...

Simpsons F (ca) wrote: Chickens are inherently funny, like nature's idea of a very practical joke. Park and Lord have just improved the old rubber chicken gag, making it movable, turning it into something closer to who we are and what we know as humans.

Mark A (kr) wrote: Three Grande Dames of the British stage and film (Maggie Smith, Judi Dench, and Joan Plowright) come together, along with Americans Cher and Lily Tomlin to power this tale of a group of British ex-pats and their brash American friends trying to preserve their way of life in Italy just before the Second World War. The acting is superb, and the story, based on actual events as remembered by the director, Franco Zeffirelli, is spellbinding. Maggie Smith can do imperious. And she does it brilliantly here. Yet she does have a tender side when the chips are down. Joan Plowright proves to be the heart and soul of the film however and more than holds her own beside the other two. The story bears a slight similarity to that of Paradise Road, but without the despair and brutality of that other story, from the Japanese theater of the war. This viewer really enjoyed this.

Cheyenne (fr) wrote: Liam Neeson is in it so I NEED 2 SEE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Antonio T (ca) wrote: Es una pelicula que habla enteramente del sindrome de Estocolmo, y a mi, no se hace nada agradable y el final a mi parecer se me hace patetico, un buen intento de Almodovar.

Scout L (ag) wrote: >> A suburban housewive, addicted to amphetamines, kills her husband and sells her son.<

Natasha M (ag) wrote: One of those films I watched with my Father. Always enjoy it as it is on the edge of your seat kinda film.

Andrew T (es) wrote: If you haven't seen it I recommend checking it out sometime.

Gautham B (ag) wrote: In a film that adapts the ancient principles of Ninjutsu into a modern-day action thriller, the films does well in portraying the requisite skill set for all historical ninja-operatives--guerrilla-warfare mastery, including techniques for subterfuge, intelligence gathering, weaponry, explosives, as well as the clairvoyant and transcendent powers of the most elite ninja operatives. Through its dramatic action, the film manages to touch on the subtler aspects of the art, through its portrayal of disciplined meditation, as well as its tribute to Ninjutsu's ancient founders in its final fight scene--the mountain-hardened Buddhist monks dwelling in Japan, monks who mastered the laws of nature, and the seemingly supernatural.Though the acting could use some improvement, I thoroughly enjoyed it.