Klassenverhältnisse, known in English as Class Relations, in French as Amerika, rapports de classe, is a 1984 film by the French filmmaking duo of Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet. It is based on Franz Kafka's unfinished first novel, Amerika. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A young man (Christian Heinisch), recently arrived in New York from Europe, becomes swept up in a series of events that are beyond his knowledge or control.
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Andrew R (br) wrote: Altman sums up America (for pretty much any decade) beautifully, showcasing just about every kind of American in their gloriously quirky, vulnerable, egotistic, sweet, and entitled garb, all under the umbrella of "authentic Americana" country music and homegrown politics. The highway pileup, with Hal Walker's van (he never shows his face) blasting his reformist message over the chaos is a perfect image of the American political system in miniature. One incident causes a chain reaction that leads to gridlock that causes a lot of talking, misunderstanding, people walking off, and someone talking over everyone with the "solution" but no one gives a shit. Yeah, sounds about right, especially now.
Reed V (gb) wrote: Technically impressive, but doesn't hold a candle to its source material.
Anne F (au) wrote: Boudu, a dirty unkempt Parisian tramp tries to kill himself but is saved (from drowning in the Seine) by a well-to-do, 'respectable' bookseller, who takes him into his home. Boudu affects all of the bookseller's household in some fairly surprising ways and changes their lives.