Quintessential 60's Czech New-Wave. This is a must-see film for anyone who is a fan of artsy, anti-establishment productions. I personally find this film even more relevant in today's world. Living in the US, with a "leader" as despicable and vile as Donald Trump, many feel the need to ignore common decency and societal norms. If our own government does not follow these guidelines, why should we?
one of the most incredible experiences. the hidden metaphor of war and human immaturity that come close to each other, perfect graphics and color combinations exaggerate all of the senses. I have liked it cause it told me that I have the right to be immature, virgin, imperfect. I have the right to destroy things around me, but in the end, I will come back to my inner side.
Réjouissant ! Il y a quelque chose du charme de la bourgeoisie en plus glouton. Deux femmes remontées comme des ressorts et une accumulation de sons, de couleurs, de scènes de repas, de personnages grotesques, de sentiments mélangés... On est un peu étourdi à la fin, le sourire aux lèvres.
Cute women believe the world finds them endlessly fascinating. Hey, they do blackface, but it's cute. It's famous because it was banned. It is also thought to be a feminist film. Which is pretty sad, because these women are vapid and materialistic, and just waste a lot of time.