Window Water Baby Moving

Window Water Baby Moving

Stan Brakhage films the birth of his first child, Myrrena.

Stan Brakhage films the birth of his first child, Myrrena. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Karen D (it) wrote: It's amazing that the folks at The Paw Project (after which the film is named) managed to make a thoroughly entertaining and engaging film about animal cruelty. They did it by focusing largely on the battle to outlaw the hideous practice and on the successes so far. This is a wonderfully informative and uplifting movie.

Lucie M (kr) wrote: Zach Galifianakis without a beard???? Noooooooooooooooooo!!!!! Matthew Weiner needs to stick to television series. Movie making is not his forte.

Tara L (de) wrote: he was a powerful inspiring man, this movie showed his weakness and vulnerability. not sure i like this view because he will always be a great man to me and so many others.

Terri H (us) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested

Jacob B (gb) wrote: Scary Movie 4 is every bit as hilarious and irreverent as fans of the horror-spoofing franchise have come to expect and Anna Faris & Regina Hall still remain charming enough in the roles of Cindy Campbell and Brenda Meeks respectively. Sadly, the film recycles material from its predecessors, the PG-13 rating handicaps the movie rather than offer a way to get the film to appeal to a wider generation without teens unsuccessfully attempting to get to see the movie in cinemas like the thrid film did and the movie itself has some flaws. The poster shows a cigarette-chomping King Kong, there aren't even any gorillas in the actual movie, the film sometimes seems to be more interested in parodying pop culture rather than actual horror movies, War of the Worlds isn't even a legitimate horror movie -you couldn't have gone and spoofed Alien or something? - and the daughter of the character Tom Ryan and Rachel seems like just a rehashing of Cody from the third film. Has its fair share of laughs but simply a disappointing (or in the least below average) conclusion to the original quadrology.


Chris R (kr) wrote: The best movie you probably never saw.

Juli N (ca) wrote: What in Sam Hell did I just watch!

Joel R (au) wrote: Strange and campy flick that can't be described easily.

Donibscottctcisnet D (nl) wrote: This movie was entertaining. Vampires were not your typical vampire here. There was a little less quality to this one, over the last, I feel. All in all it was worth my time to watch it though.

Ryan M (ag) wrote: Sometimes when you watch one film by a director whose work you haven't been acquainted with, you know you're in the hands of a master, in this case that master is Max Ophuls and "Madame De" is an eloquent love triangle that steps over any chances of melodrama and carves out a beautiful world for its characters to inhabit, as a pair of earrings and the hands it falls into creating an argument for the love vs money debate.Louise is a posh lady french lady married to a general in a society which allows one to be unfaithful to their partner but does not allow one to fall in love with someone else. To pay off some debts she sells her prized earrings to a jeweller (they were a wedding present from her husband). Not wanting her husband to know about it, she pretends she lost the earrings but he gets a news story published in the paper which forces the jeweller to come clean so he avoids any bad publicity. After the earrings exchange hands a couple more times we follow an italian diplomat Baron Donati who uses his power to get closer to Louise, sparking off a love affair which will have lasting effects on everyone, including the owner of those earrings.Don't be fooled by the normal sounding love triangle of the plot, and don't be fooled by the gorgeous sets and cinematography or the magnificently fluid tracking shots all the way through the film, there IS a beating heart at the centre of this story which is destined to be broken by the end, and that's why "Madame De" deserves its status as one of the greatest films ever. It explores the relationship between society, love and money very strongly, it looks sensational, Max Ophul's camera is as fluid as anything you can see in the cinema of today, the acting is terrific without the emotions dominating each actor's performance and the look and texture of the film is remarkable. I haven't even mentioned the wonderful screenplay which contains lines of equal parts wit and sadness, it's just a terrifically beautiful film which excels in every department and has the heart to match it all, and a director who can bring it all together superbly without being too forceful. Elegant, beautiful and moving, "Madame De" is perfect.

Devyn R (gb) wrote: This could have been better. And while I love myself a romantic comedy, I can't help but think that this has been done so many times that it's exhausting. Best friend is in love with the girl, but doesn't realize it until after she's moved on and has given up on him, so best friend has to win her heart back. Patrick Dempsey is lovely, don't get me wrong. Although I wasn't a fan of the character that slept around and such, I still was charmed by him.