That's Vice's True Norwegian Black Metal. They follow Gaahl around. It's pretty hilarious.
Beatiful and bitter modern fairy tale about moments in life when the grumpiness takes over.
somebody called and I though it might be you-one of the best punchs ever.
Great web about her http://www.orkinphoto.com/
I agree with Roger Ebert http://rogerebert.suntimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20050310/REVIEWS/50222003/1023 SPOILER at the moment of the characters looking at each other was the most powerful, and it was silent.
Oh, and I'm in love with Emily Mortimer http://www.imdb.com/media/rm3782973952/tt0377752
Too many, and too present or too obvious, sentimental music moments (pop songs and the score) that spoils the narrative at interesting points. The movie has the cast, the settings, the tone and the plot to be great, but it fails at some point, maybe at too conventional narrative decissions. It was nice and enjoyable to see though, but I couldn't ressist to imagine what things I'd have made diffrently.
I found this to be really good, ultimately a feel-good story but with its shades and bitterness present. It also stands as an example on how the documentary film-maker doesn't need to be just an "observer of its subject", it's participatory action documentary.
I really was expecting something else from this movie but it was quite dissapointing . The plot idea is interesting but then the story, characters and actors are not, at all. The visual style is interesting but not specially inventive and it certainly does not hold up the film as a whole. It's like a bad and boring version of Time Bandits.
Oh. and I'm dying to see that animated kin dza dza, some excerpts at the first seconds of this unfortunately unsubbed doc dedicated to his persona: http://youtu.be/_tQD8y71Dmw
I'm starting to wonder: is it possible that ALL Daneliya's films are masterpieces? I've been haunted by each and every one of his movies I've seen so far. He really knows how to mix bleakness and joy through bittersweet comedy.
I mean, this was one was ok, but I friend told me about a really good one where a blackmetal musician takes the documetalists to a cabin in the woods surroundd by snow landscape.
Does anybody know if any of this other doumentaries are worth watching? Det svarte alvor (1994). Satan rir Media (English: Satan Rides the Media) (1998). Norsk Black Metal (2003), Black Metal: A Documentary (2006), produced by Bill Zebub. Murder Music: A History of Black Metal (2007). Once Upon a Time in Norway (2007). Pure Fucking Mayhem (2008) Black Metal: The Norwegian Legacy (2008), produced by Bill Zebub.
Well; I hope that DVD comes out, and if not at least a rip of that tape would be nice.
Demasiados momentos con estética de videoclip que podrían haber tenido fuerza visual si tuvieran un sentido dentro de la historia, pero al hacer esta aguas se quedan un tantovacíos. La película cae en demasiados tópicos telefílmicos que lo son, precisamente, porque están presentados con la torpeza y la tosquedad con que lo hacen estos productos televisivos. Los últimos quince minutos son sonrojantes.