F for Fake

F for Fake

A documentary about fraud and fakery.

Orson Welles' final film documents fraud and fakery through the lives of infamous fakers Elmyr de Hory and Clifford Irving, who made his name by selling forged works of art by painters like Picasso and Matisse. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Neil H (br) wrote: Great film from local film makers. I loved the story between George and his fiancee. There were a few scenes I didn't like (terrible green screen at the beginning) other than that it was a well done film.

Beverly H (ca) wrote: I love these guys but not this movie

Jesse O (ca) wrote: I don't know but, despite the rating, this film didn't really do it for me. The best thing about the movie is just finding out about the myths that were around during the last 15 years of Ceausescu's regime. It's cool to find about the mindset of the Romanian people during these hard times and how they survived. The thing with the movie is that the first 3 short films are all really good. The last half of the 4th one was also very good and the last 2 short films simply didn't match up. I don't want to say they're bad but perhaps they should've had the short films in reverse order. That way you save the best for last instead of having the movie peak at 20 minutes into it. Again not that I'm saying any of the short films themselves are bad, but it is a mixed bag. The first short film would have to be the funniest of them all, at least in my opinion, but they're all decent and they all sort of reflect the thoughts of the Romanian people at that time. So while I wouldn't exactly recommend it, I did somewhat enjoy my time with this movie, even if it was a bit of a disappointment. I just have a feeling that these myths sort of read better than being told in movie form.

Claire M (us) wrote: This is literally one of the funniest movies I've ever seen! I love it so much! Tina and Steve are two of my all time favorite actors and I constantly quote this movie

Richard G (nl) wrote: Metaphysical thriller set in the arid milieu of finance. Icy in tone and performances, with a twist that is (presumably) meant to be easily guessed, it's very well done though vaguely dissatisfying, rather like the heroine's (non-)life.

Joel C (nl) wrote: Yeah this movie is pretty God damn bad

David S (jp) wrote: Nice little movie. Fairly predictable all-around, but there's only so much complaining one can do with Errol Flynn.

Jessie C (kr) wrote: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari is a 1920 German film directed by Robert Wiene, written by Carl Mayer and Hans Janowitz, and starring Werner Krauss, Conrad Veidt, and Friedrich Feher - about a creepy old man and his freaky fair sideshow and the mysterious murders taking place during their presence. Direction: 2/2Very strong direction. The director was very in control and thorough with his actors performances and setting the mood for the story. The sets are absolutely amazing, in a bizarre way. The colors, the shapes of the doors, buildings, windows, etc., the make-up, the behavior, was all so peculiar and well done. It definitely kept my attention. Acting: 2/2Extremely dramatic. I would consider it too dramatic but I don't want to knock points off for different styles in different eras. It worked for this film, for sure. It was laughable at some points but it's a silent film so I understand that they had to be creative with communicating through their bodies. Dr. Caligari and Cesare were acted perfectly. They were so creepy and weird. They did a great job. Screenwriting: 1/2 It's a silent film so really all I can do is comment on the story, rather than the dialogue. The story itself was a trip. Creative, different, interesting. I really enjoyed this film. I was glad to find that it still spooked me despite being from a different time, from a different country, and honestly, because I just don't get spooked too easily. Definitely a fan of the story. I have to say though that if a movie constantly makes me think "Why did you do that?? You should have --" then in my opinion, it could have been better. There were many times where the characters did things that were straight up stupid or just completely puzzling. Cinematography: 2/2Good!! Gotta keep in mind that this was made during the very early years of cinema and the cinematography was either of their own invention or a technique borrowed from fellow film pioneers. Bechdel test: 0/1Did not pass. The only female character was Francis's romantic interest and her only role was to be the prize and the dame in distress. Did I enjoy it? 1/1I sure did! Definitely recommend it!Do I ever want or need to see it again? Yes, I would want to watch again. Do I ever want or need to include it in my own collection? Yes, I own it happily.8/10Bye love you-jessie carlson

Todd A (kr) wrote: It will make people rethink if they actually ever liked Terry Gilliam or if it was all one big trick.

Ian C (ca) wrote: Very good, kept your interest through to the end, Maggie from walking dead.

Rodolfo X (nl) wrote: Again with the same false information and images. This time they made him look more like a faggot.