"A many-faceted portrait of those individuals who sought radical solutions to social problems in the United States during the 1960s and 1970s. It cuts back and forth between six major story lines and more than fifty characters, and across a vast landscape, to explore the lifestyles and attitudes of the American left who faced both personal and historical transitions in the period following the Vietnam War." Written by Laurence Kardish, Museum of Modern Art
- Stars:Mary Chapelle, Sharon Krebs, Jim Nolfi, Grace Paley, Susie Solf, David C. Stone, Joe Stork, Paul Zimet, Bobby Büchler, Elizabeth Dear, Jay Foley, Suey Hagadorn, Lou Ho, Kalaho, Harvey Quintal,
- Director:John Douglas, Robert Kramer,
- Writer:Robert Kramer
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Milestones torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Odd ball romantic comedy for the seniors
(nl) wrote: Very children's film. Great plot. Aliens v humans. The family go on a vacancies for 4th July. They encounter aliens in the attic. One of the Aliens(mole I says hahah), acts all so human like, and is adopted by the youngest girl. awwww. So the "Mole", helps the humans out. So the alien invasion all "retreat"
(jp) wrote: David Lynch can do weird good
(ag) wrote: Excuse the pun, but it is a cold film to start with. Took me over it's halfway mark to warm to it (ahem), but I'm really glad I sat through to its wonderful end. Very rewarding.
(fr) wrote: How could you hate a movie where they literally named the villain "SpaceGodzilla"? It's stupidly brilliant.
(fr) wrote: I'm sure most of you are familiar with German director Werner Herzog and if you're not then look him up. One of his earliest English language films was this seemingly forgotten gem called Where The Green Ants Dream. Set in an unknown outback location (presumedly Arnham Land) a mining company gets caught at loggerheads with the local Aboriginal community and the case ends up in the Supreme Court. The film follows an on-site geologist played by Bruce Spence who finds himself the appointed indigenous affairs liaison. It's an odd film but an important one. It does feel strange being told this story (inspired by true events) by a German filmmaker and I wonder how it would have been told by a local... but then again sometimes it takes an outsider to paint a confronting picture (Wake In Fright for example). At times it's apparent that many of the aboriginal players are non-actors but this can also be accepted as a simple language barrier. Also at times the story strays off course with a few minor subplots that don't bare much relevance (at least not to me on this first viewing) but this is an overall important and illusive film. Like the indigenous people it represents, the film has been ignored for years. It's been forgotten over time and lost in obscurity. I had to source my copy from overseas (the opening and closing credits are in German) and I'm baffled as to why it has no local release. It must have been predominantly German funded... I'm not sure. It would make for a great study subject in the secondary school syllabus, if only it had better recognition. If you love Herzog and important Australian stories then you'll want to get your hands on this one.
(ag) wrote: no dr kildare but a look a japense medicine in the 1800's.
(mx) wrote: Big manages to achieve a dream of being an adult having it's ups and downs
(fr) wrote: Matched my innocense when I first saw this