It's All True

It's All True

A documentary about Orson Welles's unfinished three-part film about South America.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:87 minutes
  • Release:1993
  • Language:Portuguese,English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:carnival,   raft,   filmmaking,  

A documentary about Orson Welles's unfinished three-part film about South America. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


It's All True torrent reviews

Shaun B (ru) wrote: Think mumblecore meets Harmony Korine/dogme 95-lite filmmaking techniques with some nice sequences that show promise of a larger picture only to have it all come crashing down in the final 20 minutes or so, especially the final shots which prove what this movie is all about. It's not a bad movie, but the way this story is told infuriates me to no end. It may be a nice movie to watch after a semi life-changing event has occurred in your own life but it's nothing more than navel-gazing on the director/writer/actor Evan Glodell's part...which I guess is the whole point of the mumblecore genre. If only there were more to this story than what it ended up being.

Vaughan M (ru) wrote: Not very good, but extremely likable. The best stoner movie of all time.

Alex B (nl) wrote: " All kids are afraid of the boogeyman. "

Pritish C (us) wrote: Free form cinema done in the Kitano way. Love it or Hate it. mmm.. I like it.

Shawn S (au) wrote: While this may be the weakest of the Muppet movies it still has its moments.

Chad D (ru) wrote: A classic Disney adventure that melds all its features together perfectly.

Robert I (nl) wrote: A bit dull. I'm not a big fan of this foray.

Anahid B (gb) wrote: Interesting movie...pretty sad too. Kind of cool seeing Jodi Foster & the others in their younger days. I wasn't all that into the movie but for some odd reason ended up watching the whole thing.

Iowa B (nl) wrote: What this film lacks in storytelling, more than makes up for in style and actually you can get at its very heart, by looking at its style. "Performance" does not follow the traditional storytelling because it doesn't need it. The story is just an "accidental" requirement(they needed a protagonist to match certain criteria, and they came up with this guy who is doing etcetc). In this case, the story involves a gangster of sorts, actually a debt collector may be a more suitable term, who loves what he's doing, even if sometimes he's loving it too much(that's what his boss said). Yet, the film is not about gangster and while it tackles topics such as economy or business, it does not really go near them. This film is basically about its title. And if you bear this in mind, you may find the frantic approach to be more than appropriate.