Wesley Willis

Wesley Willis

Documentary about the late Chicago artist and musician Wesley Willis. Filmmaker Daniel Bitton follows Willis throughout the Chicago area, riding the bus, talking to friends and strangers alike, selling his CDs to record shops and going about his day. Willis was memorable to many for being schizophrenic as well as 6'6" and over 300 pounds, but was loved by his fans and friends for his quirky, oddball music, artistic talent and for being a real gentle giant. He was a testament to the human drive to survive and create, as he himself was a survivor of extreme poverty, mental illness, child abuse, racism, and obesity. The fact that he lived to see 40 was incredible, but his having a successful music career and being able to function was even more so.

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Filippo B (fr) wrote: Essendo di Virzi pensavo fosse piu da ridere...invece un po' triste come film...

Adam R (gb) wrote: (First and only viewing - 1/11/2011)

Edgar C (au) wrote: Although uneven in its composition and sometimes unclear in its objectives until they are explained in the last 20 minutes, Hvnen is not one, but two messages of transcontinental value, one of personal decisions regarding moral, the other one of family distance in the presence of death and loss. The relevant message here regarding the families is that adult problems, mishandled priorities and break-ups are troubles destined to be transmitted to their children unless they are taken care of beforehand.Despite I would have liked to see more tied loose ends, the final product still invites to reflection. The strongest points are solid performances by the entire cast, including the youngest actors, and a respectable cinematography, factors that gave some extra points and making it reach a 4-star score by a marginal difference.77/100

Neal B (au) wrote: i still remember when i 1st watch diz movie with my bro, we bought da cetak rompak 1, and it sucked big time, yesterday i bought an original 1, and i watched it, it was awesome!!! i found diz movie is a super duper mega ultra HIT!!!!! awesome movie!!! this movie have ridiculous fight scenes and an awesome story line!! diz movie rocks!!! dont miss it!!!!

Mark R (de) wrote: Very little to the plot, but it's shot well enough to make it interesting. I'm sure there's a poignant message about the dangers of alcohol and guns, but if you blink you'll miss it.

bill s (ca) wrote: The quality of the story,script and acting are straight to video.

John B (fr) wrote: Not the greatest sequel in these enjoyable Herbie series as the storyline is lacking and far fetched, but, still fun to watch with the family

David H (ru) wrote: I love Bunuel Films and i love Movies settled in the South and i love Movies that are settled on just one Place with few Characters and this one is a Special Burner it shows the Simple Southern Life with all it's Coziness, Hospitality, Heartiness & Faith at the one Side and all that Violence, Racial Hatred, Perversions & Double Moral Standarts at the other Side and create a Dark Picture of the White Trash by showing also their Human Side Great Movie Beautiful Pictures of the Nature & Music

Daveandjill L (br) wrote: Just to clarify ... We L-O-V-E Westerns. We own copies of most of the classic Westerns. Dozens upon dozens of good Westerns. This is NOT a good Western. ... More clarification: Randolph Scott was solid in "Ride the High Country" and "7 Men From Now," and the latter was directed well by Budd Boetticher. But Scott was wooden in this film, and Boetticher did a terrible job as director. ... Bad script, bad cinematography. We wouldn't even have this on in the background during a dental cleaning. Can't really comprehend why some of the other reviewers feel duty-bound to praise every Scott film or every Boetticher film. Everyone is entitled to (at least) one mistake, and this was definitely theirs.

Russ B (it) wrote: 4/22/2017 (2): A decent movie. Not many laugh out loud moments, but still entertaining with a great cast.