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  1. Gisèle Kérosène's rating of the film Jauja

  2. Jérémy Poirier's rating of the film Jauja

    A masterwork of transfixing beauty from Lisandro Alonso. One of the most gorgeous looking films of the decade too. And Viggo Mortensen is like the most overlooked actor ever. He actually speaks two languages in this one. None of those are english. This proves that his range goes way over the US. Highly recommend this poetic odyssey.

  3. Royce Jr.'s rating of the film Jauja

  4. L'immoralistee's rating of the film Jauja

  5. Kid Sisyphus's rating of the film Jauja

    It's like The Heart of Darkness had a baby with those endings from CBS Sunday Morning when they just show you shots of national parks for an uncomfortably long time.

  6. Charlie's rating of the film Jauja

    Buena fotografía, excelente actuación de Viggo Mortensen. Parece una historia plana al principio, después de un giro inesperado y confuso, no me quedó muy claro el final, pero me gustó mucho.

  7. Mohammad Ebrahimian's rating of the film Jauja

  8. Le temps perdu's rating of the film Jauja

    One of the worst written movies I have seen in years (others would call it magic realism). It looks nice though.

  9. Daniel S.'s rating of the film Jauja

    Fordian but boring. The director has a lot to say but I don't want to hear him. Already forgotten.

  10. Matthew Martens's rating of the film Jauja

    Found and lost, seeking and sought, the steadfast tin soldier stumbles on just by standing there.

  11. Michael Goetz's rating of the film Jauja

    This is a movie of hallucinatory strangeness, often playing like a structural film experiment in how far apart you can separate people and have them be in the same frame. A maximalism in landscape and color (and barking seals) combines with a minimalism in plot and dialog to create one of the only truly dreamlike experiences in cinema. The startling coda transforms the movie into an authentic surrealist masterpiece.

  12. vordven's rating of the film Jauja

  13. Andrew Miller's rating of the film Jauja

    The ending reminded me strongly of Pasolini-- films like Teorema that now seem a bit dated.

  14. OLIVER-J's rating of the film Jauja

    excellent. one of the best films I've watched this year. Alonso is uncompromising and one of my favourites.

  15. Jason's rating of the film Jauja

    It starts off sort of seeming like a disaster of mismanaged tone and mise-en-scène. Then you realize that it is all done intentionally (you cannot consistently "mismanage" in this manner), is actually very funny (this is a comedy about white man's hubris), and all set in motion to tap the profound. The thing is: I enthusiastically encourage Alonso to get back to what he was doing before this weird profound comedy.

  16. Renton47's rating of the film Jauja

    At once a gorgeous McCarthy-esque (Cormac of course) exercise in the spirituality of materialism, a parable of patriarchy, a metaphysical tale of man's endless futile quests and the overriding myth of progress. Phew. When we shield others from the world we prove ourselves the ultimate fool and the lessons we have to learn might be scary ones.

  17. etilen's rating of the film Jauja

    all families disappear eventually, even if it takes a long time.

  18. Ardhi Syaifuddin's rating of the film Jauja

    A living classic colored photos, perfect for a rainy day.

  19. Eeeeeeeeeee's rating of the film Jauja

    its like watchin beautiful old photos and boringgggggggg!!!!

  20. Craig Knittle's rating of the film Jauja

    Very pretty, but a bit too slow for me.

  21. filmcapsule's rating of the film Jauja

    A surreal and existential cry, as much about the cragginess of the landscape as a man's anguish and determination or the impotence of reason. Alonso's rich, filmic color and academy ratio emphasize the surroundings and man's inconsequential positioning therein.

  22. afuchs's rating of the film Jauja

    I loved most of the scenes and the matured digital format, the theatricality and the slow magic of absence, but the Danish dialog (Bergman? Ibsen?) was boring and overloaded. This is however a brief discomfort quickly replaced by some magnificent views of the Danish countryside. And, of course, as to the content itself, (almost) quoting a character, I scratched myself bloody thinking what the ending means.

  23. Dada Kubin's rating of the film Jauja

    Shot in 4:3 ratio with rounded edges and with colours that reminded me of old Technicolor movies, Jauja looks and feels and smells of 19th century where it is set. The story is simple - a man looking for his daughter - but it gives the frame needed for beautiful cinematography and meditative moments in outlandish scenery (somewhere in Argentina). Viggo Mortensen does great work as the lost father.

  24. -REM-'s rating of the film Jauja

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