In this tour de force filmed lecture, Slavoj Zizek lucidly and compellingly reflects on belief - which takes him from Father Christmas to democracy - and on the various forms that belief ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Manufacturing Reality: Slavoj Zizek and the Reality of the Virtual
In this tour de force filmed lecture, Slavoj Zizek lucidly and compellingly reflects on belief - which takes him from Father Christmas to democracy - and on the various forms that belief ...
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Lombard C (gb) wrote: Dear directors, please note that abysmal acting and stilted dialogue will invariably destroy your movie. As such, please concentrate on coaxing credible performances from your actors.
kelly (ca) wrote: This could have been a great movie, but it has one too many unnecessary and off-key scenes and far too many on-the-nose components. Rush's character, Virgil Oldman, is an interesting character study, and of course, Rush delivers. Too bad this character is placed in a weird scenario as a reluctantly lascivious old man (hahah get it). The original premise has a classic fairytale feel, but is squandered on wish fulfillment sequences. The supporting characters are totally one dimensional and exist to push the boring plot, give space for Rush's character to voice his thoughts, or lay down some heavy-handed metaphors. The production design is the highlight of this film. There are many scenes that could produce an audible 'wow". If you want something light and pointless but visually engaging, this is a good flick to have on in the background while you get slammed or web surf.
Jack P (fr) wrote: ohh newt gingrich cuz that helps the credibility
Teeraphab L (ru) wrote: ????? ?
Vaf S (us) wrote: Excellent. Don't even compare with the American version...
Darrin C (jp) wrote: If any pair of actors can still entertain me by "Walken" around town and talking, it's definitely these two! Alan Arkin even shows up for a little while to make this trio great to watch.