Balkan baroque

Balkan baroque

Balkan Baroque is a real and imaginary biography of the Yugoslavian performance artist Marina Abramovic. Rather than a mechanical reproduction of the artist's work, the film tries to create a new reality by translating the performances into cinematographic images that intensify the fictional context of the film. Abramovic plays herself, but ,appearing in multiple forms, blurs her own identity. Memories and fantasies intermingle with day to day rituals. The chronological narrative often breaks to reflect the interior voyage of the protagonist from the present to the past and back to the present. The result is a visually impressive film. Balkan Baroque had its world premiere at the International Film Festival Rotterdam, 1999.

Balkan Baroque is a real and imaginary biography of the Yugoslavian performance artist Marina Abramovic. Rather than a mechanical reproduction of the artist's work, the film tries to create a new reality by translating the performances into cinematographic images that intensify the fictional context of the film. Abramovic plays herself, but ,appearing in multiple forms, blurs her own identity. Memories and fantasies intermingle with day to day rituals. The chronological narrative often breaks to reflect the interior voyage of the protagonist from the present to the past and back to the present. The result is a visually impressive film. Balkan Baroque had its world premiere at the International Film Festival Rotterdam, 1999. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Eric H (ag) wrote: This film was great for any residentevil.Its much appreciated CGI animation is riveting - a pure feast for the eyes, full with mind-blowing details and captivating sequences. But if you not a fan of residentevil the video game or movies it will be just an average horror film.

Simon D (nl) wrote: An ex-wrestler, now a taxi driver in Vegas, finds a couple of aliens in his taxi and proceeds to help them try and get back home while the men in black chase him around with the intention of using his cargo for their evil experiments. A bit more advanced that your typical Disney film but still stuff for kids.

Maryse F (kr) wrote: A quebec version of Fast & Furious

Vikram T (br) wrote: it was based on a gujarti theater play..but it was different from the play. even his last movie. i mean vipul shah's aankhen was much better. it was exact copy of the play aandhlo paato

Doctor S (es) wrote: Eros the Greek god of love, strangely in the guise of the Grim Reaper on a bad cloak day, appears in apparitional form to flip the libido switch on troubled couples. The to-camera confessions are pretty ridiculous, but I gotta hand it to the cast that every one of them managed to keep a straight face. Highlights are great separate sensual segments involving the dollfaced Brandy Davis (including a pairing with Nancy O'Brien that is can't-miss!) and a close-cropped Catalina Larranaga as a sexy hairstylist. Kim Dawson's bit has just one nudie scene instead of the standard two but makes it count. The heat factor is very high in this movie but the self-serious connecting material is too dumb to ignore so some remote usage may be required.

Qi Z (jp) wrote: A classic in con artistry played cleverly on clever people. The medicine fits the patient.

David H (ca) wrote: A grandious Combination of Martial Arts, bewichting Fantasy, Eastern Philosophy and Dark Comedy which is written by Bruce Lee and James Coburn and stars Jeff Cooper, David Carradine, Christopher Lee and Eli Wallach as one of the freakiest Characters in Film History

Bob S (ca) wrote: I liked it. Actually, I really, really liked it. Give me more. Damn it, I need MORE!

Bob W (br) wrote: Rondo Hatton's character The Creeper has his second appearance in this classic Universal Horror offering. Apparently many more were planned, unfortunately he died after The Brute Man was made. Rondo has inspired many characters, from a Scooby Doo, Stephen King and Dr. Who villains to a bad guy in Rocketeer. His shadowy frightening visage is not enough to rescue this film, but beware of saying anything against it, since The Creeper apparently exacts vengeance on critics!

Stanley M (ru) wrote: The first 80% of the movie you spend trying to figure out where it it's going kind of like a parody that keeps getting weirder and less funny as you keep watching, almost a shut off but keep watching, it's worth it.

stefano l (ag) wrote: The plot is well built and result interesting. I expected something simpler giving the kind of movie. The only real minus was the CGI. Ok to make a computer grafic animated movie, but the result was really poor.