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Set in the 70's in rural India, four 9th grade kids were writing their destiny. Joshi (14) is madly in love with Shirodkar (14) a beautiful Indian looking girl. Both study in the same class. The age old question "What is love anyway?"

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he age old question "What is love anyway?". Both study in the same class. Joshi (14) is madly in love with Shirodkar (14) a beautiful Indian looking girl. Set in the 70's in rural India, four 9th grade kids were writing their destiny

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Arnaud D (de)

humour norvegien, genial !

Austin C (fr)

Theres something about this movie that I love yet its the story that I cant stand

Frances H (mx)

Very atmospheric and not bad if you haven't seen the Japanese original to compare it to

Gary S (jp)

t almost made me vomit to think that one person (yes I know he's an immigrant) thinks the world is in a better place because of America :/FUBAR!!. This film disregards each and every dark moment in US history (and yes I'm aware that the UK has bad history, most countries do). I'm not in anyway an historian, or film critque, but then in my defence the majority of you aren't either. No doubt you visited the cinema to watch this film, and I've even read that in some cinemas the audience broke out in applause at the end of the film. I'm very sorry for those Americans reading my very brief review

Helga M (es)

Battle scenes quite tame compared to what you see now, but keep in mind they could not rely on digital magic to create any effects. I kept wondering if there really were NO middle eastern actors in Hollywood in the 60's? Why all the Brits in face paint? Anyway, other than that, it was a well-made and interesting movie. The great Olivier was (I'm sure unintentionally) funny in dark face paint pretending to be a middle-eastern Muslim Messiah leader. Of course, as it's from Hollywood, I don't know if it's accurate or not. This is a chunk of history I knew nothing about, so was interested to learn more

Jack G (mx)

I'd like to revisit this in a few years or so, or perhaps sooner, and see how, not unlike if I saw a series of paintings as I traipsed around a museum, my reaction would change. It could all be an extravagant d***-waving measure, like "look at what *I* can do with my digital camera and a whole army of people to command!" - but then isn't that what most cinema is all about? There are stretches that, even at 99 minutes, start to drag, but this may also be a first-timer reaction. something like that. . . Or. While it's not really *all* the history (not enough Kossack blood or Bolsheviks me thinks), it's an engaging look at many of the key portions of how iconography, both in style and in artistic expression, come to the foray. The whole experience, as the director's attempt to go for the Orson Welles quote to the max - "A film is never really good unless the camera is an eye in the head of a poet" - has the feeling of a dream-documentary, if that makes sense, like we're wandering around some Hyper-Intellectual who has doused himself in the kerosene of Russian art and history (or also European history, note the mentions of German artists and composers and others) and is wandering around the halls and ballrooms and devastation and joy of centuries of work. But is he or 'it' there? Maybe it doesn't matter in the way that the ambiguity adds to the mystery of it all. And all the while this voice that accompanies this man, is it a person there, or is it a ghost? I found it difficult to parse at times if there was a figure actually there - not just the main character but others who pop up from time to time - acknowledge 'his' presence. finds himself in an opera, a giant ballroom with hundreds dancing in unison and soldiers marching and then Catherine the Great pops up. . . What is the focus of the film for example? Is this a documentary? A dream? A schizophrenic time travel trip that's like if you took Tarkovsky and mixed him with Doctor Who (all in Russia, of course)? Well, let's look at the 'voice' behind the camera, the man who seems to be following our "Stranger" in black who wanders through the hallways and the rooms full of paintings and the corridors and then. Not that large parts of this aren't visually arresting - it can't not be at certain times if only because of the paintings on display (it's a lot like being on a class trip, so if you don't enjoy going to a museum, frankly you may not enjoy chunks of this picture very much) - but it's how the filmmakers uses audio, and remember this IS an audio-visual medium, that gives Russian Ark its fullest impact. For me I actually discovered not too long into the film I was locked in more with the audio side than even the visual side. But is it a great movie aside from that, or even a good one? In some part it is wonderful, in large parts, but (and I have to put the 'but' in there), it's hard to sometimes be completely engaged with material that is so experimental. So for arranging everything and getting it to move together seamlessly it's a real *achievement*. By that statement I mean that you can't watch this and not be impressed on some level - this is one of a small handful of feature films (which originated with Hitchcock's Rope and became Oscar fodder in the best possible way with Birdman) that are shot in one long, unbroken take, and because it was shot in digital format and not film the director and cinematographer, Alexander Sokurov and Tilman Bttner respectively, could arrange it so there were no cuts (unlike that pussy-footin' Birdman, psshaw, having seamless edits, the nerve!) And it's not simply in the cinematographic prowess, it's much in the way that a director of live TV has balls of steel: orchestrating and conducting everyone, like a symphony, to be on just the right marks at just the right beats - and this is a cast that features hundreds, if not over a thousand, people - and it goes through different lighting set-ups and costume changes and the lead actor Sergey Dreyden (kind of a Russian Peter Cushing with his black attire and hard cheeks and nose) has to carry it in large part emotionally speaking, or at least on some intellectual level. Because objectively speaking, I'd find it hard to argue or hear a persuasive argument to the contrary that this is the highest orchestral arrangement of cinema that is possible. There come times when I am seeing a film that announces and declares itself as a piece of magnificent, magnifonic, exceptional and daring work of art that I have to reckon with the objective vs the subjective perspectives: it's one thing to recognize how brilliantly a film is made as opposed to how I felt about it, or, in the old Ebert philosophy, not what it's about but how it's about it

Jessi t (jp)

Wonderfully acted and hugely atmospheric Twilight Zone-esque tale about witchcraft and its inevitable repercussions

Joanna W (kr)

fter the years of seeing Chris Leavins on CWC who knew he was an awesome actor>. I've seen the scene when he kisses the guy as an adult

jonathan (it)

HILARIOUS!. . . I mean, get this lyric: "Any male in Fort Lauderdale, who is not pursuing a cute female - will automatically land in jail - that's the law in Fort Lauderdale! Pretty girls 18 to 23, if their technique ain't what it should be - get love instruction for free from me - thru the courtesy of the, Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce. I saw this movie when I was 5 years old, part of a drive-in double feature with the Beatles HELP! Chasing coeds never seemed so harmless and comical! My favorite Elvis movie - it's funny, and the songs are pretty good compared to what would follow

Lauren S (ca)

There were also some great practical effects. I liked the story and the pacing was very well done. Surprisingly, this is my favorite out of the numbered sequels so far