The most famous guitar-makers in the world band together on a journey into one of the most primeval forests on earth. Their struggle is with a Native American logging company, their hope: to save the acoustic guitar. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The most famous guitar-makers in the world band together on a journey into one of the most primeval forests on earth. Their struggle is with a Native American logging company, their hope: to save the acoustic guitar.
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Glenn G (es) wrote: Sometimes a not-quite-good movie comes along and wins you over, despite it's many obvious flaws. GOD HELP THE GIRL is one of those films. What began as a concept album by Stuart Murdoch, co-founder of the Scottish indie pop group, Belle & Sebastian, has become a twee British musical about a troubled girl finding her voice. For those unfamiliar with the band, they produce ethereal , string-laden music highly reminiscent of 60s pop, with some of their projects emulating the sounds of girl groups and the quiet productions of the late Kirsty MacColl. One could easily call them precious if it weren't for their staggeringly beautiful melodies. Murdoch, who wrote and directed, has been working on this film for the better part of a decade, and the results are best described as maddeningly indelible. As the movie begins, Eve (Emily Browning) escaped a mental hospital where she's being treated for anorexia and other issues. She eventually meets up with James (Olly Alexander) and Cassie (Hannah Murray) in Glasgow and forms a band. This trio may appear to be sullen trust fund babies, but the music that comes out of them is quite lovely. Filmed on a Kickstarter low budget, GOD HELP THE GIRL works best as an evocation of the wistfulness of a great song. As a character study, however, it's severely lacking. Despite her many problems, I never felt truly connected to Eve. Perhaps it's her hipster presentation, but her performance, while terribly sweet, feels a tad remote. There's a wise statement James makes about artistic genius at the film's end, where I thought things almost came together, but it never got there entirely. I can't say I cared what happened to Eve or her friends, but I couldn't wait to hear them sing another song. Lyrically, things are problematic. They couldn't be more on-the-nose if they were literally written ON MY NOSE. Eve simply sings her thoughts, or what she's doing at any given moment. A wonderful exception is the song COME MONDAY NIGHT, which is a true musical masterpiece. As a film, there are many music video style interludes and sun-dappled Super 8mm shots which add to the woozy rush of it all, but I wish a little more care had been taken with the main characters. Everything feels too light, even when dealing with serious mental and physical issues, and the pacing turns plodding at times. A similar musical, 1982's Starstruck by Gillian Armstrong, mined similar territory but succeeded in forging a connection between its main character and its audience all wrapped up in a driving, new wave energy style. Still, GOD HELP THE GIRL is an original, perfect realization of the Belle & Sebastian aesthetic. If you want to experience a homespun singing-in-the-streets musical that'll remind you of a simpler time where daydreaming at album cover art or creating memories with your friends was your life, you could do much worse.
familiar s (us) wrote: LOVE. DECEPTION. SACRIFICE.The tagline says the most of it. However, I'd prefer Redemption to Sacrifice. The movie is about an old woman reminded of her past as she helps hiding a tortured young woman. Even though it's predictable, I'd not say any further. The performance of the old woman is outstanding, and the rest of the cast is well enough. A good one to catch up on some Monday night, and then bid it goodbye.
Celine D (br) wrote: you shouldn't expect a movie or a documentary. but it's great music and great musicians and dancers!
Quiche E (ru) wrote: indfectible tristesse qui traverse ce filmLongtemps que j'avais pas apprecie un M Garrel !Attention petit bijou
Duncan C (br) wrote: It tested my patience at times but its melancholy mood casts quite a spell and I'm still thinking about it many months later.
Jonathan S (jp) wrote: It's a sweet and emotional peak into an American family and Alfre Woodard is always great to watch.
Mark B (it) wrote: gary busy says one of my all time favourite film monologue's about how his dad bought him a dog and trained it to kill and how he had to fight this dog he loved to the death ..the one thing this movie does have going for it is an interesting cast even though the "most dangerous game" storyline has been so overused at this point in films.. but i enjoy it more then john woo's hard target which in my mind was a train wreck of a film
Thomas B (us) wrote: A fun road trip movie. (I liked the car better than the movie) lol
Red L (it) wrote: Interesting movie. For someone who did not grow up with such wild circumstances, It is difficult to imagine. The ending was abrupt and unsatisfactory.
Paul D (jp) wrote: The title is a bit misleading as there's no women in this movie for nearly an hour. It's mainly a story of escaped convicts who commit further crimes to avoid recapture with a carnal edge to it towards the end. The acting is ok, but not great and the interest value never gets too high.
Danyell B (br) wrote: Anthony Quinn, for the winn!!!
Jochen W (us) wrote: Insbesondere die zweite Episode von Ophls' lebenspraller Maupassant-Adaption ist ganz wunderbar und vereint die Apologie der sozialen Institution Prostitution mit Witz, Lebensfreude und einer messerscharfen soziopolitischen Analyse. Der Abschluss ist dann ein wenig antiklimaktisch arrangiert, erlaubt LE PLAISIR aber den Ausklang auf einer bitters?en Note. "There is not much fun in happiness."