Kurt Cobain About a Son

Kurt Cobain About a Son

In this visual essay style documentary, intimate audio of journalist Michael Azerrad's interviews with Kurt Cobain is played over more recently photographed footage of Cobain's Washington state homes and haunts.

In this visual essay style documentary, intimate audio of journalist Michael Azerrad's interviews with Kurt Cobain is played over more recently photographed footage of Cobain's Washington state homes and haunts. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Dominik A (jp) wrote: An extremely interesting insight into Norwegian culture which culminates into an interesting, unfamiliar film that is both enjoyable and awesome.

Robert H (jp) wrote: THE CLASS (aka ENTRE LES MURS) is a film that is certain to be divisive in some way, whether it be with the borderline slavish devotion to realism or the teacher at the center of the story. While I wouldn't say that I loved it, it was very good on multiple levels. The film follows a teacher (Francois Begaudeau) in a Parisian high school and the class he teaches over the course of a year. Pretty early on, it becomes clear that he has a different approach to teaching than a lot of the other teachers he works with, building a rapport with his students by getting to know them on a personal level. Still, this bunch of inner-city kids aren't the easiest to work with, and have a lot of ups and downs with their teacher. Earlier when I used the word "slavish," I didn't completely mean it in a negative sense. What I really mean is that the film goes to great lengths to accurately portray its subject, the Parisian educational system. I remember bits and pieces from when I was in high school French class, but its an entirely different experience watching what it's probably like onscreen. One way in which this film takes a realistic approach is by using (apparently) non-actors/students to portray the class of students. The end credits also indicate that a lot of the teachers used their real first names, probably because they were also teachers in real life. Most importantly, this film is based on the life experiences of the actor portraying the main teacher, M. Marin, who also used to be a teacher himself. Completing this realist approach is the exclusive use of handheld camerawork and the lack of a score. All of these aspects combine to create the feeling of watching a documentary. Even the dialogue doesn't really feel like dialogue, instead hewing pretty close to how French students probably talk. This cinema verite approach might not work with a lot of people, who might find it boring, but I thought it was compelling enough. The only major issue I have, and this could just be me imposing my cultural experiences onto another, is an event which takes place late into the film. Given that the students in this film are fairly rowdy and occasionally disrespectful, it would make sense that there be some disciplinary action taken. And by and large, the teacher deals with his students in a very progressive way. However, I felt like he crossed the line in one scene where he lets his own students get the better of his emotions, and there isn't any repercussions. For me, this was a large setback to the likeability he had established up to that point, and yet after the event boils over it was like nothing had happened at all. Again, it's probably because things work a little differently in France, but it probably wouldn't fly here in the US, especially in the current academic climate. Overall, THE CLASS is still a very valuable and interesting film for the insight it provides into the inner workings of the Parisian school system and the relationship of a teacher with his students. Highly recommended.

Asif K (fr) wrote: Baldev Choudhary is an ex-boxer who tries to achieve the fame he was denied through his sons, Angad and Karan. But, when Karan, his younger son, is paralyzed as the result of an injury suffered in a match with the world heavyweight champion, Baldev sinks into a suicidal depression. This is when his older son, Angad, steps in to turn the game upside down and bring his father the happiness of a lifetime.i liked the beginning but as the movie reaches a certain time around the finishing of first half the movie turns bad, overall it is appealing due to the family drama thing but it doesn't holds or lasts long. i wished it was better.

kimberley s (ag) wrote: love it but need a third one to it really good

Sam S (br) wrote: A typical tween sort of movie, but it has its moments.

Ray H (us) wrote: Any movie that can make Jimmy Durante appear boring is not worth watching.

Janet H (us) wrote: The only reason I gave this a 1 star is because it did make me laugh. This was supposed to be a horror movie and it was NOT. Awful movie but if you must see it wait until you can rent it for $3.00 don't waste $10 at the movies.

Sean O (es) wrote: A man unable to get over the loss of his wife goes to the point of creating a shrine to her in his house and spends hours visiting her grave. Then one day, a woman doing likewise in the cemetery starts to talk to him and a relationship grows... One of Truffaut's later films has great potential, posing the testing question of how long should you honour the departed in place of the living, but is spoilt by Truffaut casting himself in the lead role and by absurdly maudlin music played far too loud.