The Complaint of an Empress

The Complaint of an Empress

This first film by choreographer Pina Bausch reflects her method of working as developed with the Wuppertal Theatre of Dance during the 1973/74 season. The film does not tell a story, but is made up of various scenes put together as a collage with scenes set in different locations. The futility of human activity and the search for love make up the film's central theme set against the strains of a Silician funeral march. Filmed on location in Wuppertal, Germany, between October 1987 and April 1989.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:106 minutes
  • Release:1990
  • Language:German
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   dancing,  

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Omer A (es) wrote: Why was this movie made?

Heather M (mx) wrote: Somehow this plot made for a wonderful viewing experience. It was a unique idea with a cast of strange and lovable characters.

Bryan K (us) wrote: Good parody movie, there needs to be more American movies out there.

Haruka O (es) wrote: Clever idea and cinematography, but geez is this movie slow. I was so bored waiting for something to happen that I didn't even care when it did. Standard Iwai fare.

Antonio P (au) wrote: surprisingly one of the better sequels to the friday/nightmare movies. freddy was closer to how he was in the beginning. and jason was dealt with respect after his last few embarrassing films. just one big fun ride really.

Shane K (es) wrote: This was the worst in the series but enjoyable in it's own way still.

AW 4 (au) wrote: i need to own this movie i cant find it anywhere! its about a couple of sick and twisted young girls, they murder some old lady for fun....its great!

Greg L (de) wrote: This movie is has everything and some people really didn't like this one.

Steve H (us) wrote: This was amazingly hilarious, wish Weird Al made more movies. it deserves all the 5 stars I gave it. If you disagree, YOU'RE STUPID!!!!!!!!

Tyler W (nl) wrote: I Really Liked This Movie But Then Again Its Horror And Hair Metal Bands All In 1 So Why Wouldn't It Be Good Haha!

Zoran S (es) wrote: Very good Randolph Scott western. Andre De Toth brings a complex visual style to the film. The compositions and camera movements are often very interesting. It also has a young Charles Bronson.

CJ C (ca) wrote: Another one of my faves. Strange murders are happening at Musgrave Manor, a convalescent home for army men where Dr. Watson is working. Basil Rathbone is the only true Sherlock Holmes.

Richard D (es) wrote: The first movie to pair Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers casts them in supporting roles. Both are cast as wisecracking, slightly suggestive sidekicks to the real stars Gene Raymond and Dolores Del Rio. The plot is superficial fluff intended to support the musical numbers which are mostly fantastic. The stand out is the Carioca which is long and immensely entertaining. The finale involving dancers performing on planes flying over Rio is memorable to say the least. Rogers and Astaire dance together for the first time and it's immediately obvious why this pairing will persist through 9 more movies.

Keith E (ag) wrote: Wow. Wow. Wow. Not only the best silent I've ever seen, but one of the best, period. Spooky, elegiac, and endlessly watchable. Dickensian in in nature, but positively Scandinavian in delivery. Expertly edited and plotted and emotionally rewarding, especially for 1921. Will watch again very soon.

David C (au) wrote: A great little film that embodies excellent performances and moments of tenderness and heartwarming interaction. Although not completely original, X and Y manages to pack a punch with its heart-warming and dramatic narrative.

Luke H (au) wrote: It was good. Nothing really special by today's standards.

Paul D (es) wrote: This can be viewed as a character study, and the main characters are worthy of a study, but very little actually happens in this film.