Guest of Cindy Sherman
Videographer Paul H-O must confront issues of ego and identity when he begins a relationship with the reclusive Cindy Sherman. With unprecedented access, the documentary places us in the company of the artist and offers a critique of the ever-inflated New York art market and the culture of celebrity. Written by Anonymous
- Category:General, Documentary
- Stars:Ruby Regala, Tito Galla, Stella Suarez, Ben Perez, Carol Varga, Renato Robles, Menggay, Lucita Soriano, Vince Juarez, Nemia Velasco, Al Bravo, Prospero Luna, Cindy Sherman, John Waters, Eric Bogosian, Danny DeVito, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Molly Ringwald, Carol Kane, Eric Fischl, Christine Vachon, Roberta Smith, Robert Longo, Eli Broad, Ingrid Sischy, Christopher Trela, Bronwyn Carlton,
- Director:Tom Donahue, Paul Hasegawa-Overacker,
A documentary on art-scene commentator Paul Hasegawa-Overacker's relationship with enigmatic photographer Cindy Sherman. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Guest of Cindy Sherman torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: With the world having thought him dead for twenty years, Butch Cassidy(Sam Shepard), aka James Blackthorn, can afford to relax on his ranch in Bolivia and spend some quality time with Yana(Magaly Solier). Still, he is restless and has gotten tired of waiting for Che Guevara to show up, so he sells his horses in order to return to his home country. But an altercation with Eduardo(Eduardo Noriega), a Spanish national, separates him from his horse and his money. To make it up to him and save his own life, Eduardo mentions the mine he just robbed. All of which gets Butch thinking of the old days when he used to ride with the Sundance Kid(Padraic Delaney) and Etta Place(Dominique McElligott, of "Hell on Wheels"). The best part of "Blackthorn" is the beautiful Bolivian scenery, especially the salt flats sequence. At the same time, that along with an extended cameo overshadow the lived-in and low-key performance from Sam Shepard which also fits in well with Butch Cassidy being more of a passive anti-hero this time around. But if you are going to the trouble to take a legendary outlaw like Cassidy out of cultural retirement, shouldn't one at least think of a better story that can stand on its own? For example, nothing against Bolivia of which we get some valuable history here, I think it would have worked out significantly better if this had been about Butch Cassidy already living in the United States as something of a living ghost.
(gb) wrote: At the beginning, The Taste of Tea is incredibly strange. At the end, it is incredibly heart-warming. Katsuhito Ishii has accomplished a surreal masterpiece.
(mx) wrote: Very weird movie but with a very elegant twist for an ending... Still can't decide whether I like it or not 30 minutes after it ended.
(br) wrote: Not bad. But they could've made it much better. The upcoming film might be the best one.
(de) wrote: I know the movie isn't based on true history of Farinelli because little is known for that period, but i liked the end of the movie, in which Farinelli is fulfilled in love despite his cruel fate .
(kr) wrote: Cage, Carvey and Lovitz try their hardest to elevate the mediocre script, but unfortunately it's all to no avail, as it left me wanting to see Carvey and Lovitz in their SNL days, while I longed to rewatch Cage's brilliance in Matchstick Men.
(us) wrote: A truly hilarious film, but very offensive to me, personally, due to the transgender plot twist at the film's climax. All transgender people sholuld be outraged. By making Montana Moorhead a closeted transsexual who is exposed, it amounts to a slap in the face to all transgender people. Listen world!! We are not freaks and should not be treated with that kind of disrespect. We owe no one an apology for being transgender.
(de) wrote: John Hurt must be given two things: an Oscar and a Knighthood.
(jp) wrote: Good from an historical perspective but not from a viewing one. The best copies of this film and woefully hard on the eyes. An early Soviet look at the outcomes of the Cuban revolution. Naturally a positive one.
(jp) wrote: Strong performances, great noirish filming and attitude, and entrancing gambling scenes can't cover up for how cold this movie left me. Interesting enough to try again some day.
(au) wrote: A different Bergman, bites with humor instead of darkness
(ru) wrote: A nice Noir heist film that is full of suspense and humor.
(kr) wrote: Some solid ideas and even a few great visuals otherwise fumbled by a director who missed the mark.Only the talents of Jennifer Connelly come out unscathed here - she is a wonder, yet sadly trapped in a corny misfire Dr. Who episode.No wonder why this movie tanked - Sewell and Sutherland were miscast and should have switched roles. Sewell's vapid wide-eyed amnesiac offered little hint of missing out on a life he couldnt remember, and Sutherland's amateurish scuttling scientist ruined any attempt at good sci-fi fantasy. Had they switched roles, Sutherland could have brought the needed intensity and intrigue to his amnesia, and Sewell could have brought a police-procedural quality to the scientist - but no, twas horribly miscast. And the tone-free pale green goons were confounding and rather unnecessary.Disappointing.I watched this movie bc of its heritage, a clear homage to Terry Gilliam's Brazil - great, and a predecessor to The Matrix - mind-blowing. And yes, they used the same sets for Matrix which debuted the year after Dark City. But this film loses out bc of uneven tone, lackluster story and some terribly bad over-acting. Only those who LOVE Dr. Who will be able to make the HUGE leap past the problems here and enjoy the fruits of its fantastical nonsense.Jennifer Connelly alone added a star to the rating, but the rest does not come close to matching her grounded, consistent dedication - it certainly would have been a mighty pleasure if it had.2 pale-faced glares out of 5
(de) wrote: good movie :) R.I.P. 2pac Best rapper of all time noone can ever replace him :( much missed