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  1. Hup-lá's rating of the film The Crazy Ray

    Es la torre Eiffel la guarida iluminada de la inmovilidad fotográfica, como el cine en suspensión, pero también como el sueño, parálisis rutinaria de la vida. Y simultáneamente corresponde a la relación entre el movimiento (los que se mueven, ¿el cine?) y la inmovilidad de los objetos (mundo "exterior"), o como escribe Max Blecher, "la tiranía de los objetos". Esto último explica el ennui estático, "la melancolía...

  2. kartina obskura's rating of the film The Crazy Ray

  3. Log Lady's rating of the film The Crazy Ray

    Beautiful scenes here and there (particularly the ones in the Eiffel tower) and pretty whimsical, but I was expecting something more. Maybe with a rewatch I could get into this.

  4. Wee Hunk's rating of the film The Crazy Ray

    It's a time bubble. The crazy ray induces a kind of magnificent indolence. Just in case it does happen, the director includes some moral guidelines.

  5. Sebastian's rating of the film The Crazy Ray

    Never satisfied. With the tools to liberate from the constraints of modern society, it is that same desire to reclaim what you have escape it.

  6. muh.'s rating of the film The Crazy Ray

    while i did watch this one with a kraftwerk-y band performing next to it, it's still is an entertaining flick that doesn't feel dated as some might expect.

  7. Algitya's rating of the film The Crazy Ray

    Though the plot was irrelevant , but Clair's debut a silent film with a vision that might most people don't realize it would happen in his era. Worth a look.

  8. Samuel Andrade's rating of the film The Crazy Ray

    ★★★★ never sleep over your moral implications.

  9. Dally's rating of the film The Crazy Ray

    Clair plays around with ideas of isolation and class through the bending of time in this characteristically charming and witty film. Along the way, the filmmaker explores the lackadaisical boredom of youth. The scenes in, around, under and along the edges of the Eiffel Tower are still thrilling decades removed.