-- Izgnanie (The Banishment) Zvyagintzev [ clip, bottom ] 2007
Island : Pavel Lungin [ pokaza.net ]
Balabanov : "Brat" 2 (Brother) and Gruz 200 ?
rutube.ru [ playlist(s) ]
... notes from film-north or russian blog [anatolant.livejournal.com]?
Russia On Reels: The Russian Idea in Post-Soviet Cinema (KINO - The Russian Cinema) (Paperback) by Birgit Beumers (Editor) 1860643906
Russian Cinema (Inside Film) (Paperback) by David Gillespie 0582437903
... KINO pages :
Russian Cinema 3rd Millennium
How do I manage always be late?
Late for everything.
Late even to write this page about Russian cinema [ or better say "moviemaking" ] since 1994!
A few pages I have on Tarkovsky and Eisenstein have to notes on how did they effect Russian film culture...
How much about this stupid "Mystery of Russian soul" could be explained, only if to notice them, the Russians, on the screen! X-rays, that's what it is! Everything is in open.
More! Propagating itself, and screams its secrets, look, look!...
... Do pay attention to what say, notice what they do notice in their messages.
New Russian cinema 1990s [ kinema.ca ]
Russia’s new wave movies : ... Москва, Сорокин 12.1.2007 заметки * 2000. 132 min. Color *
... filmplus.org/kino/2008 -- main directory!
... cine101.com [film with anatoly : 2008 & After] "film-metaphysics"?
... photobucket.com/kino [images]
* 2007 -- Fall : "Film & Movies" class [engl]
... I am not a good judge. Never was. No. Stay silent. Don't say anything. Be quiet. Keep low. Especially, now.
Everything looks like a "movie" to me. I am not waiting for anything... astore.amazon.com/rus-20
* film.vtheatre.net/history -- tarkovsky.ru page is the end of Soviet Cinema History; the rest is in KINO (new directory) :
First, where does the Russian Hollywood (Century 21) come from?
1. Soviet (Socialist Realism) Tradition
2. European Art House (World Cinema?)
3. American Genre Movies
The specifics --
... and the future. (From US experience POV). Predictions?
Besides the obvious, economics and politics, it depends on literature, theatre, art, and ... philosophy?
"Intellectual intensity," new ideas...
... filmplus.org/kino must be connected teatr.us ?
RU rss notebook
... tarkovsky.wetpaint.com [wiki]
* Cine-Anthropology = neo-humans are the product of first cine-century?
* First true global "society" and universal man -- each term is asking for (some) definition! [ "Three Dictionaries" -- filmplus.org/kino/glossary : philosophy * ethics * aesthetics ]
* Kino & Film600 [ culture & philosophy? ]
... new list/menu for Russian film pages?
... the end of national cultures [ Antonioni died. One day after Bergman. Last day of July, 2007 ]XXI century -- "killing time" = entertaiment [ how to manage super-crowds ]
* "Perestroyka Film" should be in RAT 1 -- film page [ filmplus.org/rat ? ]
** RAT 2 -- up to Y2K. [ here? ]
*** filmplus.org/kino -- 2007 started.
The stories and the characters ... and the themes
[ what language? ]
Step aside from the classic"Russian Movies"?...
Something like "Indian" movies?
Making a movie became so easy. To write you need to learn how to read. What do you need to know to shoot ..?
youtube.ru is the same youtube.com -- ...
they are making "films" with their phones...
... "00 years"
[ Four Films/Movies ? "Movies" in Russian cinema, replacing ideological/propaganda films ]
-- Good Russian movies? Free? memocast.com ? "Lights! Camera! Russian Movies!" ... you search!
... soviet vs. russian vs. ...
Tarkovsky, conceptualization and post-soviet PoMO...
Communism is Postmodern, right?
Ilya Khrzhanovsky: 4 (Chetyre)
The allegorical idea of the movie is simple: how we treat each other like meat, and how we procreate to generate more meat to exploit. Cloning, piles of rag dolls, dogs, and large warehouses of frozen meat are some of the ways it expresses it. Writer Vladimir Sorokin, who also used clones in his novel Blue Lard (as well as the conceit of Khrushchev and Stalin having sex) , is a superior scenarist, and Khrzhanovsky directs his grotesqueries with disjointed flare. Incidental noises are painfully amplified, camera movement is shaky, and colors are all wrong. It's not profound, but it's one of the most inventive and exuberant depictions of nihilism in recent years (though it ends with a somewhat anomalous, albeit hopeless, affirmation of individuality).
Khrzhanovsky is so aggressively creative that I would trust him to adapt a Celine novel; I think his visual--and moreover, his physical--senses would mesh. Moreover, Khrzhanovsky never overdoes it. There is never the sense that he is merely trying to shock or induce squirms, as with so much recent J- and K-horror and exploitation panderers like Gaspar Noe and Michael Haneke. It all fits together, and for such a gonzo movie, it's uncharacteristically controlled.
But the reason for this entry is that Khrzhanovsky and Sorokin have planted many references to Andrei Tarkovsky in the film. Here are the four big ones I caught:
* A careening, high-speed car ride through partly-lit tunnels, shot from the dashboard. (The hypnotic, silent car/train ride in Solaris, shot from the same perspective.
* Long scenes in damp subterranean rooms. (The various "trapped" rooms in Stalker, filled with water.
* After the doll-maker daughter dies, her mentally deficient boyfriend announces, "I know the secret!" of how to make the faces for the dolls out of stale bread chewed by older, damaged clone women. (The bellmaker's son in Andrei Rublev announces that he knows his dead father's secret of how to cast the bell without it breaking.)
* The dolls go up in flames at the end as a gesture of disgust with humanity and the world. (The old man's conflagration of his earthly possessions at the end of The Sacrifice.)
Whether the two mean to create a gospel of flesh to contrast with Tarkovsky's spiritual leanings, or if they are merely parodying him, the scenes are effective revisions. They underscore how carefully 4 was assembled despite all surface indications to the contrary. Sorokin used the technique in Blue Lard as well, in which he created imitation passages of various Russian writers ostensibly written by their clones. I suspect it indicates some latent idealism in Sorokin: a thread of reverence for artistic achievement, even as he condemns its constant exploitation. (The futurists, Mayakovsky especially, and Daniil Kharms are antecedents.) Posted by waggish at April 20, 2006 8:56 PM
Плачущий камень (рабочее название)
Запах камня (рабочее название)
[ clip ]
Alexey German -- directors page @ filmplus.org/kino.
'Very Russian Kino' (?)
KINO playlist :
... Siberian Barber :
... to watch?
in Russian ... To learn language?
-- the rest is @ filmplus.org/kino [ "cineculture" ]
... kino-matic tour :
1. Film Study (classes)
2. Film Theory
4. Russian Cinema
Perhaps, RAT2 should be about FILM, and RAT1 -- about theatre.
[ I have to make another vid-tour when/if I will be ready; (good) webbing take too much time! ]
here it is --
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