Andre Gregory: Before and After Dinner

Andre Gregory: Before and After Dinner

BEFORE AND AFTER DINNER is an exploration of the life and work of Andre Gregory, groundbreaking director, actor, artist, and raconteur, filmed by prize-winning documentarian Cindy Kleine, his wife. Through her close-up lens, Cindy introduces us to this cultural icon and master storyteller, and tells the unusual story of a good marriage that thrives in collaboration, art, and humor, celebrating the great vitality of the later years in life. The film touches on universal questions. Where does art come from? What experiences shape the life, the preoccupations, and the work of an artist? Drawing on the work Andre has created over a lifetime, and exploring the nature of the life that underlies the work, BEFORE AND AFTER DINNER is about how and why artists create.

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Andre Gregory: Before and After Dinner torrent reviews

Dan K (gb) wrote: Fahrenheit 2016, yikes!

Syl W (br) wrote: what an exceptional film despite the dark topic.

Kevin C (ru) wrote: Good, silly, fun. I do like the writer/producer/star. Simple fun with disneyesque magic and cartoon type characters by Rafe Feins (sp), Maggie Smith, and more

Emma d (nl) wrote: A remarquable piece on the database society. To show to those who expose their life everywhere...

Frances H (jp) wrote: Pleasant variation on It's a Wonderful Life with some very young stars who would become big names.

Brandon S (au) wrote: A film that I grew up with and had seen thousands of times. It's an amazing look into teenage life during the nineteen-eighties. It has countless memorable scenes and is one of the most quotable films to date. While it is thoroughly entertaining and it does boast a huge all-star cast, it has this issue of not being able to fall into any one genre. The movie hits a ton of places on the emotional spectrum. However, it isn't too much. The movie finds a good balance and plays it really well.

Ian C (nl) wrote: Once again Tsugury takes no shit

Andy F (ru) wrote: Grisly, macabre late Hitchcock movie that bristles with a seedy London atmosphere.

Krist V (ag) wrote: Niet slecht, iets te voorspelbaar.