Un novio para mi mujer
A man finds a very unusual way to get rid of his wife.
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Rotasha H (br) wrote: love it???????
Jessica R (it) wrote: I love it it was amazon
Sophie C (gb) wrote: One of my favorite animated movie, definitely not like an insipid Disney.
Joseph A (ru) wrote: An interesting version, but not an instant favorite. It felt very rushed, so much so that I didn't feel that I knew the characters enough to care about their choices.
Fabricio O (jp) wrote: one of my favorites!
Scott C (de) wrote: Absolutely dreadful. At least pt II still had Craig T. Nelson and JoBeth Williams.
Morten S (de) wrote: If there ever sould exist a movie subgenre called WTF-movies, this film would fit right in there, because this is one of those movies that will make you go WTF! the entire way through. This is a one bizarre, grotesque and disgusting experience of a film. I you 're interested in seeing something different and i mean different! Check it out.
Eric F (de) wrote: I went into "WR: Mysteries of the Organism" completely cold. It was the first of Yugoslavian auteur Dusan Makavejev's films that I had seen, as well as the first time i'd been exposed to Willhelm Reich. Needless to say, I was at a loss for words. It's a fascinating film - completely obscure, without restraint, and with such bizarre juxtapositions that I felt I needed to pause to take in what I was watching. Did I like it? Sure, I guess... well, I guess I really didn't know what to make of any of it.The first third of the film is largely a documentary about the controversial psychiatrist Willhelm Reich. Reich once served as an assistant to Freud, and his fascination was with the politics of sex. Among his innovations was the "Orgone Box" - what appears to be a small sauna. The exterior is organic material, and the interior is coated with metal and a single window. Allegedly, the user can sit in this box, and it will get their libido flowing to such a phenomenal extent that it could cure major diseases. This bizarre energy, which he calls "orgone", is enhanced via sexual therapy that involves intense breathing exercises that resemble extended orgasms. Reich ended up becoming a refugee from Hitler's germany, was imprisoned in the United States because of the belief that he was dangerous, and died while under U.S. custody.Sounds like a fairly normal documentary, right? Well, I haven't got into the rest of it. Most bizarre is a melodrama involving a Yugoslavian communist woman, Milena (Milena Dravic), and her roommate, Jagoda (Jagoda Kaloper), who practice free love and preach the benefits of sex. A Soviet ice skating champion, Vladimir Ilyich (Ivica Vidovic) comes to town, and while having sex with Milena he experiences an orgasm so intense that he cuts off Milena's head with a skate. Bodyless, she still preaches her radical politics.Ending the plot synopsis here would leave out Jackie Curtis, a transvestite pal of Andy Warhol, Tuli Kupferberg, a hippie running roughshot in a city clad in military gear and clutching an M-16, and a magazine editor getting his penis cast in plaster.I will not undersell the enormous vision of the film. The editing, which makes cuts as absurd as a shock therapy treatment to a Reichian workshop of people attempting to, I assume, raise their orgone levels, is certainly the star of the film. It's bizarre and all over the place, but never frustrating enough to give up on completely. As a whole, "WR: Mysteries of the Organism" is absolutely a bizarre spectacle - one that is simultaneously horrifying, profound, confusing, hilarious, pornographic, and so on. See it with an open mind and you're guaranteed to take something out of it, no matter what that may be.
Omar E (gb) wrote: the last dance is really good