A very persuasive doc — my initial reaction to the set-up which establishes the crime and conviction of the central couple along with the opinion that "prison is slavery" was that there was some sense of entitlement; what, you shouldn't pay for your serious crime? It's not like this is a wrongful conviction. But the film very quickly burned away my skepticism in how it handles the concept of time, both the universal and incarcerated versions of it, by interconnecting…
A mystifying journey into the deep recesses of Upper-Egypt. With it's slow pace, droning score and endless whistling wind in the soundscape, this is that type of movie that becomes hypnosis at night. I wish I watched it at 1am. Next time.
Telling the story of a tribe who plunder ancient Egyptian tombs to fund the survival of their community and a new generation who is mortified to learn the truth of their reality, this film lets us soak in…
Assigning a star rating to this movie would be like grading a Salvador Dali piece with a star rating. It's utterly absurd and simplifies the work to the point of insult. Eraserhead has more in common with a Dali painting than another film at your multiplex, it's a piece of art, not entertainment. I would be more comfortable sitting and watching this in a gallery than a theatre with twelve-dollar popcorn combos.
People constantly wonder what this or that means,…