This movie should be called Hoarder's Cave. The house is cluttered and disorganized. Very typical for Emigholz way of filming and presenting surroundings. But, what an annoying sound here, dialogues, with computerized voice, difficult to understand, what a mess here. If you want to waste 50min of your life, watch this movie!!!
A kind of litmus test for how into jarring soundscapes and experimental non-fiction you are. I enjoyed it for a while, but the sensory overload meant I had to distract myself with sketching about half way through. Some fascinating rooms in there, if you can stand the way they're presented.
Highly idiosyncratic. I had to put on headphones for this one. It would have driven my wife not just out of the room, but out of the house. The difference between a collector and a hoarder is the amount of space that allows you to move around in. I liked the collection, but it needs so much more space!
The vanity of those who have produced this film! The idiotic Hawking-style voice over; the horrible sound design that tries to make an Alistair Crawley out of D'Annunzio... the useless narrative angle which merely focusses on the cheap and commercial side of the writer's life in this particular house and in his old age. And what about everything else?? In short: a waste of time
Beautifully created and furnished building, however without the context of who the builders were or any general interest in architecture at all there really isn't much to get out of this, to me at least. There's some cool visuals and a few creepy robot voices though.
It’s weird enough that the inside of the cave recalls the style d’Annunzio uses in ‘Il fuoco’: the ardent gathering of textures, as if an eye would suffer from acute withdrawal, if its gaze fell on an unlabored surface. Space is allowed some depth just insofar as it contains various objects - domesticated matter, in whose entrails the artist’s hand has locked the raw appearance forever, the shameful vestige of