Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One

Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One

In Manhattan's Central Park, a film crew directed by William Greaves is shooting a screen test with various pairs of actors. It's a confrontation between a couple: he demands to know what's wrong, she challenges his sexual orientation. Cameras shoot the exchange, and another camera records Greaves and his crew. Sometimes we watch the crew discussing this scene, its language, and the process of making a movie. Is there such a thing as natural language? Are all things related to sex? The camera records distractions - a woman rides horseback past them; a garrulous homeless vet who sleeps in the park chats them up. What's the nature of making a movie?

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:75 minutes
  • Release:1968
  • Language:English,French,Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:filming,   park,   actor,  

Filmmaker William Greaves auditioned acting students for a fictional drama, while simultaneously shooting the behind-the-scenes drama taking place. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One torrent reviews

Drake F (kr) wrote: Not scary at all people always say its scary but its not idk if i want to see Annabelle 2 it might be like this one

Ray S (it) wrote: Came across this on Netflix and watched it. It was a somewhat okay documentary, though you really need an interesting personality (e.g., Schwarzenegger in Pumping Iron) for these types of movies to work.

Sma A (au) wrote: This was a good movie. It had a lot of good actors in it.

Mickael L (kr) wrote: J'ai bien aime. Simple et nous laisse un sourire!

Tree J (mx) wrote: It's predecessor, Toy Story, didn't make up as much as it could. But the fantastic sequel introduces the Pixar we know today.

Kara F (ru) wrote: This movie has a lesson behind it. That u shouldn't have kids when ur not even married. You should wait 2 have kids. This movie was really good!

Caio C (it) wrote: Como faz pra ouvir as musicas originais depois de assistir isso?

Calyre Z (gb) wrote: "La maldiction de la panthre rose"

Marla (jp) wrote: Sidney Poitier's performance touched my on a deep level. I am a huge fan, but believe this is his best work.

FoxxPix P (it) wrote: Very slow and not very well defined.

Ryan M (ru) wrote: Great mix of sports and Jesus! Love that this was based on a true story.