ne record producer, the creators of "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" and top indie rock artists come together to create a tribute album benefiting the Hetrick-Martin Institute, home of the Harvey Milk School- the first accredited high school in the country for LGBTQ youth. "Follow My Voice: With the Music of Hedwig" weaves the compelling, courageous stories of four students at this controversial school with a unique chronicle of the yearlong creation of "Wig in a Box," the album whose songs poignantly echo these teens' struggles and aspirations. Through a dramatic and vibrant combination of verite documentation, student video diaries and rare in-studio scenes of artists recording tracks, "Follow My Voice" offers a powerful and poignant look at this unlikely intersection of youth, gender and rock. Includes studio sessions from Yoko Ono, Rufus Wainwright, The Bens, The Breeders, Yo La Tengo, John Cameron Mitchell, They Might Be Giants and more.
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Andy G (de) wrote: The congress is a mess of movie about Robin wright penn making clone of her self and going to animated world 20 years in future to find place in that world. The animation is pretty good but story is flat. C (2014)
Marilyn C (jp) wrote: Without exaggerating, this could quite possibly be the best movie I have ever seen. Joshua, a 16 year old boy abandoned by his mother and left homeless, must struggle to survive. His talent for art is his saving grace. Without going overboard into "wholesome" territory, The Forger tackles some heavy themes such as integrity and how to treat women. This is one of those films that can be enjoyed by adults, yet could also be shown to a youth group. It's that good. And yes, Josh Hutcherson is amazing. He shows off his acting chops in his portrayal of a confused teenage boy. Oh, and one funny thing...I watched the whole movie without realizing Lauren Bacall was in it (head smack)! I should have known by her voice. Definitely put The Forger as #1 in your Netflix queue.
Riannon P (au) wrote: Beautifully filmed, colored, and acted! Much better than I expected and much more than a flashy puff-piece.
Jason M (nl) wrote: This is a must see for anyone interested in WW2 history. This is the most realistic account of the final days of the Third Reich. It's a fascinating account and as true an account of the events at the time, as it is based on eyewitness accounts, particularly Hitler's private secretary. Bruno Ganz doesn't seem to be acting. He is Hitler. A quality of a masterpiece is when you stop thinking you are watching a film and become absorbed in the reality portrayed on film. Reality and acting merge into one visual - the film being watched. This is a fine example of this phenomenon.If you can't get enough of the final days of Hitler and his crew, seek out The Bunker (1981) with Anthony Hopkins in the lead role, for a much lesser depiction.
Dave R (mx) wrote: James Woods' hair is ridiculous but the rest of the movie makes up for it.
David B (br) wrote: Bill Douglas tells the story of the Tolpuddle Martyrs, agricultural labourers deported to Australia for forming a union in the 1830s. Unions were not illegal at this point, so they were prosecuted under an obscure and little-used law that prohibited the swearing of oaths. Thematically, this is similar to Kevin Brownlow's Winstanley; it's a tale of ordinary workers crushed by the system they begin to question. However, Douglas' film benefits from greater production values (or at least better use of the money) and a terrific cast, some of whom would go on to achieve greater recognition. Others, such as James Fox, Freddie Jones, Vanessa Redgrave and Michael Hordern were already well-established. At three hours long, it's not for those with short attention spans, but it doesn't feel overly long, and a lot of ground is covered. The film deals with the situation from the beginnings of the workers' resentment to their lives as convicts in Australia. This is a fascinating film, and a welcome reminder of the sacrifices made in the past to ensure some of the freedoms we enjoy today.
John B (de) wrote: Good movie and beautiful setting as I enjoyed this musical. I also enjoyed the message of the simpleness of life and how we can get lost in things not important in the world, I could live there too and be happy
Christopher S (us) wrote: I always thought Clive Barker was really good. Then I read more HP Lovecraft and now I think he's pretty good.