Colours of Passion
A look into the life of 19th century Indian painter Raja Ravi Varma.
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Jerry C (ag) wrote: A Thai social satire hat involves a schizophrenic woman, cannibalism, and the strangest narrative ever. Artful gore with a layer of politics. A strange combination that has its moments.
Matthew R (us) wrote: The books were so much more funny and the movie lacked the cartoon feeling
Alan W (kr) wrote: beautifully shot but didnt feel terribly original even though it is based on real events, with a slightly bewildering ending that tonally didnt gel with the rest of the film
Bernd S (mx) wrote: an average action movie quite entertainin but nothing special
Tor M (gb) wrote: My second Alejandro Jodorowsky film and it was a real treat. I did not know what to expect, except that it would be weird. Probably very weird.We follow Fenix - portraied by another Jodorowsky, his son Axel. He is in a mental hospital since he saw some gruesome stuff done to his mother when he was younger. We are served his reasons for his issues as flashbacks, among other happenings.Then, stories are combined and we get some sort of a film similiar to "Psycho" in way. It's not THAT weird. Well, it got a stolid story around all the madness making a bit less random at times. The horror is desguised in the absurdity and the happy circus music. Blod, guts, nutity and violence is all over, but it's almost unnoticed many times - the story feels surprizingly strong.Not the weirdest film I have seen, but probably one the best weird-flicks out there. It's actually even a moving film. That's impressive! It evolves into someting both weirder and scarier after the first hour. Even if I like the ending, I liked the first part a lot better. The second half is jaw-droppingly varied and creative though, just as i expected it to be from the very start.Loads of fun, great filming. It's hard to explain with words - so many things happen here - many of them very far out.Unforgettable, surrealistic masterpiece, but certainly not a film for everyone.8.5 out of 10 dying elephants.
Louise B (nl) wrote: I loved this movie when I first saw it back in the 70s, and I think it has stood the test of time well. Richard Burton is fantastic; his performance is moving and reminiscent of Richard Harris's memorable portrayal of King Arthur in "Camelot", which had come out a couple of years earlier. The script is also surprisingly eloquent. I would recommend it.
Maria B (gb) wrote: Peru i want see CWYWF ....
Greg W (br) wrote: pickford's first UA release and first million dollar $ maker
Jay B (fr) wrote: Some cool wolf effects don't quite make up for its cheap, soap-opera, vibe... although it does play with SOME werewolf tropes well.