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PostPosted: Sun May 15, 2016 3:22 pm 
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You want a challenge? Don't mind being disturbed, outraged or pushed to the limit in terms of what you want to see on the big screen?

Check out any of Gaspar Noe's films. Enter The Void is one of my favorites. Like nothing else I've ever seen. But be careful what you wish for: there are scenes in that movie that you can't un-see....

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Another mind-bending filmmaker was Andrei Tarkovsky - Solaris and Stalker are two of the strangest yet somehow beautiful movies I have seen...I will have to check out The Forbidden Room now...
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PostPosted: Mon May 16, 2016 9:04 am 
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Stone wrote:
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This movie to me is a bit like trying to comprehend James Joyce's Finnegan's Wake. Eventually, you stop trying to figure it out and just see if you get something from the words as images.


Terrence Malick's films are very much that way too... :D


Yes. Just watched Knight Of Cups recently and it was a marvel.

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PostPosted: Mon May 16, 2016 9:21 am 
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...poetry in motion...

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Stark wrote:
Stone wrote:
milesian wrote:
This movie to me is a bit like trying to comprehend James Joyce's Finnegan's Wake. Eventually, you stop trying to figure it out and just see if you get something from the words as images.


Terrence Malick's films are very much that way too... :D


Yes. Just watched Knight Of Cups recently and it was a marvel.

great flick!


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