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3.5
389 Bewertungen

Manifesto

Australien, Deutschland, 2017
Drama, Avantgarde

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An outstanding tribute to various (art) manifestos of the nineteenth and twentieth century, ranging from Communism to Dogme, in connection with thirteen different characters, including a homeless man, a factory worker and a corporate CEO, who are all played by the incredible Cate Blanchett.

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Manifesto Regie Julian Rosefeldt
The film is, in effect, a cacophonous echo box of contradictory visions, but what’s common to all these is their confrontational nature: never more evident than at the very end, when Blanchett’s ragged, bearded Homeless Man (the voice of Situationism) turns to the camera and rages, “We, of whom you believe yourself to be the judges, will one day judge you.” DP Christoph Krauss gives the film a vivid elegance in keeping with the opulent production values of much gallery film today.
May 12, 2017
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It’s difficult to find anything but effort to recommend the film. Spliced and layered, stripped of their contexts, gathered just because they are available, the manifestos lose whatever meaning they once held. The only property revealed by this arrangement is the shrillness and obtuseness of the texts.
May 10, 2017
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The description of “Manifesto” sounds like an arch exercise in style, or, worse, a self-indulgent snoozefest… But that’s not what it is at all… Rosefeldt has collaborated with Blanchett to create something entirely unique and not easily described or classified. The film is thought-provoking, visually arresting, and occasionally very self-important (appropriate, since a manifesto is a declaration of self-importance). The most surprising thing is how funny “Manifesto” is, on occasion.
May 10, 2017
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