Champagne before you go?
A captivating mixture of typically British absurdist humour, post-modernist irony and well-organized, Cartesian view of being.
A wonderfully experimental film. I now feel the need to read the Tractatus and Ray Monk's biography, the latter of which I already own... hmm... :)
It focused far too much on his sexuality rather than the content of his work.
"Philosophy is just a byproduct of misunderstanding language."
This is a very pleasant movie.
"If people did not sometimes do silly things, nothing intelligent would ever get done." ~ Young Wittgenstein.
Rather playful musings on the life & work of LW. The shoestring budget is double edged: essential economy makes for some creative cut-corners and neat summations, but becomes visually trapped filmed in front of a black cyclorama. In all, a credit to what can be achieved with so little, but rather too skewed in its pellet sized philosophy to be anything more than a quirky diversion (but does it need be anything else?)