If The Dance of Reality marked the return of a visionary filmmaker, Endless Poetry ups the ante. More sensual than the first cinematic chapter, Jodorowsky continues to amaze by poetical transmutation of an ingenious oral history into moving pictures. Several degrees tamer than El Topo, Endless Poetry is nevertheless Jodorowsky in his indisputably fascinating, magical, mythical, and most accessible form.
it's quite difficult to find the right words to describe this movie. it's easier to be simply felt than to be explained or discussed. Feeling of being taken back into a childhood-like state where every form became just a fragile subject to our imagination and interpretation. Where there were no rules of what the world around us is supposed to look like. One of the most beautiful movies I've ever seen.
A film which ended up being completely underwhelming, despite my already low expectations. Too few scenes of pure inspiration, too little of the magic captured in The Dance of Reality. Some of the scenes played out as though they were directed by Santiago's Tourism Minister, not Alejandro Jodorowsky.
Fresque surréaliste et éclatée à son plein potentiel, la Poésie Sans Fin de Jodorowsky est à l'image de son créateur. Colorée, choquante, assumée et juste assez prétentieuse. Jodorowsky y raconte une grande partie de sa vie, philosophique et artistique, se définissant lui-même comme un «être de lumière» qui prend son envol grâce à la poésie. De très belles images, une excellente entrée pour apprécier son univers!