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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Lights in the Dusk's rating of the film Pistol Opera

    Suzuki is one of the cinema's great formalists. Here he turns in a psychedelic Rorschach test that could have been described as "late Godard remaking '60s Godard" (to establish a shorthand), if it weren't for the film being an example of pure Suzuki! However, like late Godard, this is a work of modern art, where light, colour, sound, editing, design & composition are as important as its baffling & labyrinthine plot.

  2. José Neves's rating of the film Pistol Opera

    Another good example of excess of significants and its transformation into an artistic pretentious form: abstraction, artifice, manga influences, etc.,all in a strict pose of wanna-do-art, by all means necessary. From one of the great Japanese filmmakers of the 60's new wave, only, and only, an allegedly strangeness.

  3. Derek O's rating of the film Pistol Opera

    so strange.beautifully filmed.

  4. Ciné-Philosophe's rating of the film Pistol Opera

  5. Maurizio Suppo's rating of the film Pistol Opera

  6. Zachary George Najarian-Najafi's rating of the film Pistol Opera

    Such a classy film. Really different from Suzuki's films of the 60s, but really, really good none-the-less. The last ten minutes is pure distilled, abstract beauty. I can't get over the colors! The downside is that it isn't as thrilling or entertaining as Suzuki's earlier stuff, it's more arty, but something is missing, but at the same time I don't care because it's brilliant!

  7. Coheed 2.5's rating of the film Pistol Opera

    A link to a review here - http://mubi.com/lists/cinema-of-the-abstract

  8. film_lies101's rating of the film Pistol Opera

    My favorite Suzuki film so far, yes I liked it better than the ones put out by Criterion. Whut!

  9. Zachary Curl's rating of the film Pistol Opera

    i was really disappointed by this. Branded to Kill was so good and i honestly didn't make it through this.