Buskers; For Love or Money

Buskers; For Love or Money

In his directorial debut Mad Chad Taylor, the renowned Venice Beach chainsaw Juggler, has created a one of a kind documentary that goes deep inside the hidden world of street performers. Amid rare footage of the most shocking and inspired street acts from around the world, one performer after another pulls back the makeshift curtain. Their acts are astonishing; their stories, more amazing still. Here is the tightrope walker, the razor blade muncher, the sidewalk samurai, the tattooed man. Meet The Fireman who lost his teeth to his fire-eating act, and the Calypso Tumbler who's buying up real estate in the Caribbean. This is the human condition at its most freakishly wonderful.

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Scott B (au) wrote: Trust me this is funny it starts out a little shaky but it gets really really funny

Jacob C (us) wrote: this movie was absolutely terrible. As a gamer I am completely disappointed in it 100% in every way.

SailorMoon797 F (fr) wrote: it's a horror film of all time.

Kevin M W (ru) wrote: Some time spent whimsically in the frozen Arctic checking to see how it is that the caribou population is mysteriously vanishing: could the local wolves be the problem? Charles Martin Smith is our amiable guide is this Disney produced (read: there's never really going to be much of a problem) adventure, running around naked (read: "see, I'm close to Nature") so that developers don't suck the life out of life.

Jack G (ag) wrote: As long as you can ignore the fact that they aren't really vampires, or that the performances are stiff, it's another excellent horror-atmospheric approach to style. It precedes Alien by several years in making a "planet-so-creepy" feeling.

Russ B (jp) wrote: 12/26/2015: Not a great film, but still entertaining to watch.

Ed K (us) wrote: I'm still awaiting a Rachel Weisz flick that I enjoy. This one was too slow, artsy and ultimately boring, even though I did like the concept.