A country romance about the human streak in the horse and the horse in the human. Love and death become interlaced and with immense consequences. The fortunes of the people in the country through the horses' perception.
Ingvar Eggert Sigurðsson,
Johann Pall Oddson
In the punk rock era of the late 1970s three restless teenagers, two boys and a girl, spend their time in and out of a special class for problem kids. Jussi seldom sees his parents at home,... See full summary »
A boxer is out in the country with his entourage, training for his next fight. Meanwhile, on the farm nearby, Roger is neglecting his chores. As he watches the boxer and his sparring ... See full summary »
In Part Two of Louis Feuillade's 5 1/2-hour epic follows FantÃ'mas, the criminal lord of Paris, master of disguise, the creeping assassin in black, as he is pursued by the equally resourceful Inspector Juve.
To see this as just a music video, as someone referred to it, would be shortsighted.
A lot of scenes from this movie show how popular culture consumes the absurdity and stupidity in a form of show. Refer to the name of this movie: "The Show of Shows". The calm and refreshing records of nowadays musicians mixed along these ridiculous videos of the past create a contrast. It makes this movie an outstanding experience.
My guess is that the Icelandic director intended to touch topics like social problems, child abuse of various forms and animal cruelty. Sure thing he managed to do it effectively.
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