Dealer

Dealer

In an impressive follow up to his debut film Forest, Benedek Fliegauf tells the uncompromising story of a day in the life of a drug dealer. His clients include the leader of a religious sect, a friend who needs a final fix, a former lover who has had his child, a student, and a black marketeer. Fliegauf's film recreates life in a city that resembles a ghost town, an alienated world with its own priorities and realities. It is, he says '. an imaginary city with a strongly spiritualist atmosphere. This necropolis is the film's real protagonist'.

In an impressive follow up to his debut film Forest, Benedek Fliegauf tells the uncompromising story of a day in the life of a drug dealer. His clients include the leader of a religious sect, a friend who needs a final fix, a former lover who has had his child, a student, and a black marketeer. Fliegauf's film recreates life in a city that resembles a ghost town, an alienated world with its own priorities and realities. It is, he says '. an imaginary city with a strongly spiritualist atmosphere. This necropolis is the film's real protagonist'. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Fernando G (jp) wrote: Ahora le entiendo a todas esas fotos de "mirrey" y "PUM!"

Francis M (ru) wrote: More than the story's plot, you'd remember how you felt for Pepoy (Coco Martin) and how you felt almost the same feelings too. Although gruesome, you'd find it interesting that it doesn't hide the truth from you.

luke v (it) wrote: this is no doubt the most nastiest, most disgusting, movies I've seen in my life!!!!!! But despite how gross it is, its not half bad. it has an interesting story, likeable characters, and grossly awesome effects! so yeah totally check it out!!!!!!!

Paul D (br) wrote: Stylistically it is a winner, creating a great atmosphere amongst a slow pace of life centring around a bar in the deep south. The story is a little weak and there is little attention on building up the plot as the film progresses, however strong character performances make up for this lapse.

Sarah F (mx) wrote: Yeah i'd like to see this move

Allison O (nl) wrote: Paul Pena, a 1960's rock composer, learned how to throat sing, and won an annual singing competition in Tuva. This is a beautiful film.

Sterlin R (nl) wrote: This is just as great as the original. It has some silly moments (in a good way) again, but it is worth watching.

Nikolai E (nl) wrote: If you plot a graph of Bruce McDonald's career, it would be practically exponential, with each film (apparently with the exception of Picture Claire) completely burying its predecessor. Not that this is an awful film, it's got good intentions, but the good ideas are completely obscured by the more amateurish elements, especially during the appallingly ill-advised climax which takes a pretty clever way to wrap up the film and then throws it right out the window for reasons currently unclear. What's remarkable is how much better Highway 61 is, and how vastly better Hard Core Logo is than Highway 61. By all accounts, Bruce's follow-up to The Tracey Fragments should be on the level of Citizen Kane.

Orlok W (de) wrote: Unforgettable performance of the forgotten war--Non-stop action on a dusty Korean hill!!

David G (de) wrote: A bad film too watch, especially drunk: you'll only end up getting angry at the screen.