Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Impassioned Eye
Heinz Bütler interviews Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004) late in life. Cartier-Bresson pulls out photographs, comments briefly, and holds them up to Bütler's camera. A few others share observations, including Isabelle Huppert, Arthur Miller, and Josef Koudelka. Cartier-Bresson talks about his travels, including Mexico in the 1930s, imprisonment during World War II, being with Gandhi moments before his assassination, and returning to sketching late in life. He shows us examples. He talks about becoming and being a photographer, about composition, and about some of his secrets to capture the moment.
Heinz Bütler interviews Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004) late in life. Cartier-Bresson pulls out photographs, comments briefly, and holds them up to Bütler's camera. A few others share ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(nl) wrote: I love this movie! As a mother of five, I totally get the "mommy moments". Plus, I don't know any woman that doesn't struggle at times with what "enough" is. We are always striving to be good enough, and yet, we compare ourselves and others constantly. What is good enough or enough? We don't really know, and so how do we know that we are not doing it? This movie appropriately touches on this subject for any woman and says God didn't make a mistake choosing you as a mother. This movie is funny and sweet! Love it!
(au) wrote: La Prima Cossa Bella, a beautiful Italian family drama, it will be in the coming Oscars nomination for best Foreign Movie,was about a dysfunctional family, showing anger of a child towards his mother.The movie showed flashbacks of the boy Bruno in his troubled childhood and young adulthood in the 1970's and 1980's.I must say too much was happening here, and it was unclear whether the movie was really about Bruno or the wild life their mother was leading.The earlier scenes were long and they overwhelm the portrait of Bruno as an adult, and the present narrative showed him in his feel-good reunions, his own alcohol-drug problem, and his dying mother.Director Paolo Virzi made here his best movie, one that made you cry and laugh at the same time.
(es) wrote: 11/10/16 NetflixAn entertaining "B" style movie. Lots of action, sex and intrigue with enough plot twists to keep it fun and interesting. Well worth a watch. It is amazing what some people had to go through in their lives.
(gb) wrote: Well written screenplay conveys the true story of the absurdity of American business. Dashingly photographed with attention to the lighting, for a screen filled delight for the eyes. Believable acting makes the realism harsh and fun as we watch a real war with people dying. Health and safety was ignored during the original filming and Mexicans died. Nibbles: Mixiotes, Carnitas.
(de) wrote: Honest, raw, and well... It's Ken Loach.
(nl) wrote: Ah, the potential this movie had and how little of it got exploited! It's not a bad film -on the contrary- it's a decent, smart, honest film and true to the life of Brendan Behan (since this is an biographical film). However, since this is a subject widely shown and used, it should have transended into something a lot better. It seemed incomplete in many ways -it always began explaining something and then left it unexplained. Interesting film, nonetheless, but that's all there is to it.
(nl) wrote: The Mexican -A Clockwork orange- Brutal, Shocking, Disturbing and Honest; with sequences that will stay in my mind forever. Banuel has made one of his greatest masterpieces with this, it is unbelievable. The social ideas behind this film are all real, I have seen the horrors, this film didn't failed to show that. The film that seriously introduced me to Mexican Cinema, and the worst is that I am half-Mexican! One of my personal favorites. I compare this to A clockwork Orange not because of the gang themes with cruel manners, but because of the idea of changing, a soul in despair can also be cured. Los Olvidados, nunca los olvidare. One of the greatest Mexican Films.
(de) wrote: Normally, I can't stand imperialism in Africa, but I like how at the end the British and the Zulus subsided their differences.