Dzi Croquettes

Dzi Croquettes

A Brazilian theatre group that through talent, irony and humour confronted the Brazilian violent dictatorship in the 1970s revolutionising the gay movement worldwide and changing theatre and dance language to an entire generation.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:110 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:English,French,Portuguese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   theater,   gay interest,  

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Panta O (us) wrote: I was lucky enough to track this Spanish black-and-white silent romantic fantasy drama recommended to me by one of my RT friends recently, through my Serbian links. This movie is very popular in Europe and I got the version with Serbian subtitles (excellent translation, by the way). Written and directed by Pablo Berger and losely based on the fairy tale "Snow White" by the Brothers Grimm, everything is happening in the 1920s Andalusia, set up as a romantic vision or as a "love letter to European silent cinema" - to quote the director! This was Spain's 85th Academy Awards official submission to Best Foreign Language category, but it did not make the shortlist, but won the Special Jury Prize and an ex-aequo Best Actress "Silver Shell" Award for Macarena Garca at the 2012 San Sebastin International Film Festival and also won ten Goya Awards, including the Goya Award for Best Film at the 27th Goya Awards. The long process of making this movie started when Pablo Berger saw a photograph of bullfighting dwarves in a book Espaa Oculta by the photographer Cristina Garca Rodero, so bBy 2003, Berger had written Blancanieves and was working to raise funds for it soon after his film Torremolinos 73 was appearing at festivals. Raising money took eight years later, and while he was working on the storyboards and about to begin principal photography in May 2011, he was devastated. News reached him that The Artist had been shown at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival and it was almost identical concept. These are the directors words, "Nobody knew about The Artist until it appeared in Cannes. It was completely out of the blue. I was in my office in Madrid, doing the storyboards for my film, when a producer friend sent me a text message from the festival saying, 'I've just seen The Artist, it's black and white and silent and it's going to be huge.' I almost threw my phone against the wall. The high concept was gone." I have to say that it was extraordinarily enjoyable watching the story and amazingly enchanting (evil) Maribel Verdu, but the credits should be given to the young Sofia Oria as Carmencita / Blancanieves and her older version acted by Macarena Garca (the one with the Best Actress award). Evil and romance were everywhere - even the dwarfs had it! I never thought that a children story inspiration could have such fascinatingly ambiguous ending... it had the right proportion of melancholy, eerie and erotic elements ... one of the critics said that this is "a film to treasure", and I will do just that!

Robert C (au) wrote: I have always been sort of indifferent about Claire Danes, but I believe that with this film she has really proved herself to be quite an actress.It's a performance that if done poorly could have come across as over the top are cartoonish, but Danes nuanced performance brings the quirky Grandin to life in a very believable, moving yet empowering way.The supporting cast (particularly Ormond & O'Hara) are also superb.In addition to the great acting, the film was edited and enhanced in a delightful way, that really helps the viewer have a better understanding of the complex way that Grandin's (brilliant) mind works.An exceptionally good film about an exceptionally brilliant woman.

Larry C (nl) wrote: It is not so bad as the ratings. I can recall when almost all woody allen movies were good and funny. That was before he decided it was better to be Bergman than to make good movies that people like.

Diganta B (de) wrote: The matchless one that is plain, thoughtful, thought-inflaming and humourous at a time. Directors like Panahi is a gift to mankind. Shits to Iranian Govt.

Matt M (us) wrote: A very creative mockumentary, or creative documentary. Herzog's presence is actually quite imposing and the film comes across as much more impressive than other creature feature films of the kind with its hands on approach and gripping pace, as well as a sense of humour and ability to create a suspenseful atmosphere.

Jared F (ag) wrote: I like revenge flicks so I probably enjoyed this more then most people would.

Simon F (fr) wrote: A messed up dire movie, rattling along and coming apart at the seams. No one could save this one

Sandi H (mx) wrote: one of my favs as a kid....

Andrew J (ru) wrote: This a great story of a man and his love of his family. James Stewart proves that he is still a leading many nearly twenty years after "Its a Wonderful Life".

Omar L (it) wrote: When you're watching characters that can't help but make you feel superior to them, you really don't care if they win the big game, or earn Dad's approval, or keep your girlfriend's trust. The story becomes a showcase of an entire culture that takes pride in its idiocy, and it hurts to watch knowing that it's real. I have little respect for a culture that values high school football more than literacy. I have little respect for movies that try to defend that culture as well. At least that whipped cream bikini was hot.