Poetry in Motion
More than 20 contemporary North American poets recite, sing, and perform their work. Several also comment. Early in the film, Charles Bukowski talks about the energy of poets and of a poem. These poets are energetic performers, and their poems are meant to be heard. These poets are the children of Walt Whitman and of Charles Olson, incantatory and oratorical, radical, sometimes incorporating contemporary political imagery. Black Mountain poets, the Beats, minimalists like John Cage, the wordless Four Horsemen, Tom Waits, and others capture aspects of poets as troubadours. Written by
- Stars:Helen Adam, Miguel Algarín, Amiri Baraka, Ted Berrigan, Charles Bukowski, William S. Burroughs, John Cage, Jim Carroll, Jayne Cortez, Robert Creeley, Christopher Dewdney, Diane DiPrima, Kenward Elmslie, Four Horsemen, Allen Ginsberg,
- Director:Ron Mann,
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Poetry in Motion torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Very testing to watch at times, this peculiar hybrid of blackest comedy and dysfunctional family drama is as if Dogme95 had been put in charge of a Michael Haneke scenario and then invoked Jacques Tati and David Lynch. There are no whys and wherefores, just a middle-class family living an isolated life of lies, cold often incestuous sex and the consequences thereof.
(gb) wrote: The camera work was frustrating. The characters were odd, often unbelievable and annoying from time to time but you couldn't help but feel and root for them. The story was well done, but not quite my cup of tea. If you're a big fan of the Duplass bros. you'll probably really enjoy this flick.
(au) wrote: Real white ghettos of england
(fr) wrote: Wow yikes *blushes* this looks on the pornish side eeeep!
(us) wrote: Recently saw this movie....I really enjoyed it...I would recommend it friends...check it out!
(fr) wrote: It's good movie to watch
(us) wrote: Despite a paper thin plot, this is a good Sinatra vehicle that features several great songs from Sammy Cahn and Julie Styne (The Brooklyn Bridge/Time After Time/It's The Same Old Dream) and a great supporting cast of Jimmy Durante, Katheryn Grayson and Peter Lawford. Filmed in black-and-white, and featuring a young, but uncredited, Andre Previn on the piano, this was Sinatra's third film for M.G.M. The remarkable thing is how rich Sinatra's voice is. Aged 32 and on the cusp of his great breakthrough at Capitol Records, the voice doesn't seem to fit the scrawny young fellow singing.
(it) wrote: uh wrong movie but i will check it out first then see if its good.
(de) wrote: Like groundhog day but with a much more sinister edge. Great acting from Nicole Kidman who after an attack and being left for dead survives but sustains head injuries. Every morning she wakes and her memories of the previous 24hr has been wipes. The film follows her recovery and discovery of who her attacker is but does she survive to make it known?
(it) wrote: Certainly a rehash of several films using similar premises that have gone before. Perhaps its greatest asset is its very light-hearted nature which makes it fairly enjoyable.
(ag) wrote: I enjoyed the movie and performances which I are not typical of much of the low attention span type movies theses days. Thank you cast and Director Robert Redford for an intelligent, emotionally moving story and movie.
(fr) wrote: A good idea for a film with a couple of good moments that doesn't live up to it's potential.
(au) wrote: dat guy has a sexy last name lol
(us) wrote: Perfect support role.