Behind the success of Hariton Pushwagner we find a dramatic story about a son of a wealthy family who became homeless, only to end up as a celebrated artist. Pushwagner himself says, "It's not true but it's a good story". Against this backdrop, the film reflects on what the reality of Pushwagner is, both as an artist and a human being.
A personal portrait of a small man with a great personality. The directors followed the artist Pushwagner for three years. He is an artist who is in danger of losing everything. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Pushwagner torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: A look back at the master's professional life in cinema, theatre, as well as his personal life. Simply outstanding.
(nl) wrote: Okey movie about paparazzis and they sure can make annoying things. Nice story and pretty good actors in this one.
(ca) wrote: this is cool to! welll its funny!
(nl) wrote: I got bored within 10 minutes and turned it off with half an hour
(es) wrote: Bit boring, but it's not all too bad. The cast is good and the characters are decent. The plot isn't too exciting and there is very little blood, but it has it's moments. I didn't like it as much as the first one, but it's not a terrible sequel.
(de) wrote: I completely agree with the critic who said this movie is worth it just for Tarantino's cameo.
(it) wrote: This is an awful tv-movie based on a book I loved as a kid and have easily read 20 times. This is getting nostalgia stars for the number of times I watched this over the years before my Dad inadvertently taped over it.
(ru) wrote: Godard in migraine-inducing Marxist polemic mode ?? constant dolly movements and slabs of primary colour, talking-head rants about capitalism, nonstop breaking of the fourth wall, and the usual self-reflexive wink-nudge running commentary on its own Brechtian distanciation crap ("Time is really dragging", "This is incredibly boring and repetitive", yadda yadda). Fonda's shaggy mullet made me wish I was watching Klute instead.
(gb) wrote: all star cast good stuff
(it) wrote: What a peculiar, odd, weird, intriguing, unique, original movie. That's the best that I can do...it requires that many adjectives. Not a bad movie by any means, just so...different. If he were still alive, I would swear this was a Stanley Kubrick film. No idea what to rate this...
(ca) wrote: The one and only reason that this is two stars is Graham Chapman. I don't think Cheech and Chong are funny in anything they do, ever. If they hadn't been in this, it would have been at least three stars.