Because it probably is directed by them. "Antoine and Colette" was a short film used in this film of short films. Make sense?
If anyone knows where I can get this from, PLEASE
A Cassavetes tour de force
What about Rebel?
what's wrong? why is this film listed as directed by Renzo Rossellini, Shintaro Ishihara, Marcel Ophüls, François Truffaut, Andrzej Wajda ??
I've seen this at the BFI KINO season. The portrayal of either Ivan himself, or of lust for power is astonishingly well put and articulated, as is the cinematography (the frequent shadows and photography). What do you expect from the Soviet genius?
i usually never regret watching any film. well, this makes up for it.
Somebody please help me. I need .eng subtitles for this fillm!!!!!!!!
WHERE CAN I WATCH THIS??
This offers real insight in the culture of the 80s. I never knew until know that this generation was so political and cohesive; that this was in fact the real cultural revolution
the idea of a pseudo-documentary style to depict a real case, and and a role where an actor pretends he is not acting doesn't do it for me, not even aesthetically. I too, appreciate the courageous attempt.
Besides depth in the culture of the blues, this film offers pure joy thanks to the fact that Armstrong is so full of character. I cracked up during the part where he walks by a church and speaks of Jesus and the other where they play 'Divin' Duck Blues' and asks the guitarist if it was 29 A.B. or B.C.
Some people actually feel uncomfortable when watching this. But that is only because this film has that raw capability, powerful setting. The camera acts purely as the individual's eye and intensifies the viewing even more, which as we all know, is a common trait in the films of Mr. Cassavetes.
And now if you excuse me, I'm Dead.
I still can't find this movie. I'm dying to see the Sleazy Mr. Rainer Fassbinder
My favorite Scorsese
I'm a big Woody Allen fan, but I gotta be honest, I found this movie to be simply exasperating.
what can i do to watch this?