Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out
5 psychedelic short films, broadcast on the French/German tv channel "arte" on 2007-07-16
"Be-In" USA 1967, 7 min
"Beatles Electronique" USA 1966-69, 3 min
"San Francisco" Great Britain 1967/68, 15 min.
"Andy Warhol's Exploding Plastic Inevitable" USA/Great Britain 1967, 12 min.
"Eyetoon" USA 1967/68, 8 min.
Turn on, Tune in, Drop out! 5 psychedelic short films, broadcast on the French/German tv channel "arte" on 2007-07-16 Length: 47 min. 1... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(gb) wrote: I would say this is definitely above average as far as documentaries go although it still does not help me understand Armstrong's motives. In its defense, it does attempt to go out of its way to be as reasonably balanced as possible. I never realized the major tipping point was the testimony involving what he said right before he was about to have brain surgery. True - when you are about to go under the knife for serious surgery, you do not lie . . . you do not withhold information . . . from your anesthesiologist.
(fr) wrote: I'm not sure what Last Kind Words was striving for--did it want to be a drama or a horror film? It fails as either and definitely fails as a hybrid. As a drama, it is too cheesy, melodramatic, and badly acted. As a horror film, it simply doesn't have enough scares or even a creepy atmosphere. An interesting idea but one that fails on almost every level....
(ca) wrote: A strong film--following a group of sheepherders in the Montana wilderness, with only the visuals to carry the film along. The movie does a remarkable job visually representing in a most subtle manner the intrusion of the modern into the old ways of life that once dominated the North American continent. For a film to do that without narration or direct suggestion outside of the visual and editing choices is an achievement. Also, the photography is regularly stunning and inventive.
(it) wrote: Not a bad little movie, always wants to be more than it actually is... you know from pretty much early on what where and how it will work out in the end, but still its ok. My only real gripe is with these movies that have a running time of 80mins or so... take away beginning and end credits and you're left with a movie of about 70-75 minutes...
(ca) wrote: Thought-provoking look at the life of one family in Brazil.
(ru) wrote: It's well worth watching, despite the slightly gritty video quality. A friend made me watch this one day, and I really got into it.
(br) wrote: 2/7/2013: Only watched 20 min and it was pretty dull. No desire to watch the remaining hour.
(br) wrote: So fa fa fa fa fucking good. "Stop Making Sense" also boasts a brilliant side performance from a lamppost so . . . check it out.
(us) wrote: one of the best carry ons and a classic
(jp) wrote: it's a very good film and ferry in treating
(gb) wrote: Incredible. My favorite movie of the series.
(ca) wrote: Not the total bummer that people make it out to be but skip if there is anything else worth a watch on.
(ag) wrote: Pierce Brosnan gets top billing in this film, but is rarely seen or heard. It's overly predictable, and not very well acted.