Manufactured Landscapes

Manufactured Landscapes

MANUFACTURED LANDSCAPES is the striking new documentary on the world and work of renowned artist Edward Burtynsky. Internationally acclaimed for his large-scale photographs of “manufactured landscapes”—quarries, recycling yards, factories, mines and dams—Burtynsky creates stunningly beautiful art from civilization’s materials and debris.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:86 minutes
  • Release:2006
  • Language:English,Cantonese,Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:ship,   factory,   photograph,  

Photographer Edward Burtynsky travels the world observing changes in landscapes due to industrial work and manufacturing. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Loreno v (au) wrote: "Look at the stars. Same stars as last week. Last year. When we were kids. When we weren't even born. In a hundred years, no one will ever know who we were... They'll know those same stars."The Travis family faade is destroyed by an event incomprehensible to them -- an event which will open locked doors and finally reveal the secrets that have haunted them for decades. REVIEWImaginary Heroes, the remarkable work of the then 24 year-old Dan Harris, is tag-lined "People are never who they seem to be". Perhaps this is wisely chosen as a stratagem of marketing; yet, I rented this movie in spite of the tag-line, rather than because of it. And, I'm glad I did. I found the move an insightful examination of tragedy. I personally found it to be a movie about coping with dreams: particularly those which are lost. In the case of one son, "loss" requires deep examination of what he had, and didn't have, in his life. Yet, the central tragedy of the movie, while posing enticing questions in its own right, acts primarily as the backdrop against which different coping styles are set into relief. I believe the film inquires into an important question: how do we cope with our dreams, particularly where heroes become imaginary?

RayNormanBateman (mx) wrote: Like it says on the back of the cover. This is a very Hitchcockian/Lynch film with twist and turns and shocking revelations. It is not on the par as Mulholland Drive but if you consider the time it was released then we can safely say it was ahead of its time.The movie is about obsession, betrayal, curiosity, lust, love and everything you can think of when it comes to a relationship. It's a very bizarre film and I have not seen anything quite like it before. The story starts with an art student that falls in love with another woman. They start a love affair but just when you think it's only them two involved, the story starts to unravel some shocking twists and a powerful ending.

Alex M (nl) wrote: Wow, that dvd was horribly made. You'd think they could at least stabilize the image and find a better print that wasn't faded. The only color movie with Carole Lombard I think. The story and idea of this film would work quite well today. I'm surprised there hasn't been a modern version. I'm really interested in seeing the Martin & Lewis version as I bet it's way crazier than this was.

Matt F (au) wrote: HIghly enjoyable film about the life of Bruce Lee. My only question is: Did he really break his back as mentioned here??

Roxanne R (es) wrote: Well watching this film makes one so thankful, deeply thankful about not having roommates!! Second, the 20's is not the most enjoyable stage in someones life. I say between 30-50 are the best years because one gains job experience and security, financial independence and hopefully maturity to deal with life's blows. The comedy deals with three women in their 20's Kim (Ritter), Deena (Bosworth) and Laura (bilson) that live at the LA neighborhood of Silverlake. One of Kim's sexual escapades leads to an unexpected pregnancy and Kim has the baby, dealing with motherhood while the other roommates are determined to not let that hamper their single lifestyle. Rest assured that carrying around a baby IS a dating "buzz-kill" in Los Angeles, the City of Angels where so many keep up with the Joneses and clicks are the norm. The movie is also a celebration of friendship and how to deal with life's unexpected detours along the way. It is so great to watch a film and be able to say I was there, I know that area, I have lived there!! I have noticed that many films take place in Los Angeles, CA- well it is glamorous and famous but I love this city for other reasons and I hope to find a soul that shares and understands that. Recommended!

Jim H (us) wrote: A schoolteacher hires a gang of misfits to revenge her slain father.Maybe I just don't like Westerns ... or comedies. I found all of the jokes flat and all the gags ludicrous. I chuckled once: "He did it! He missed the barn!" Lee Marvin's performance is good. He plays his typical hard-ass role, and he satirizes himself playing the drunken good guy. The film doesn't say much. There isn't a lot in the way of femme power, but Jane Fonda isn't incredibly compelling. Tom Nardini's token Native character isn't as offensive as most Western portrayals of Native characters, but the line "It wasn't me that did that to Custer" implies that Natives are generally evil, but this one isn't (never mind that Custer had it coming to him, that blond-haired, blue-eyed criminal fuck).Overall, fans of Westerns might like this comedy, but I'm everything but a fan of Westerns.

Paul B (it) wrote: Really thought-provoking.