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I do NOT advocate and hesitate even calling attention to the idea of seeing A Fine Day by Thomas Arslan. This film appeals to a very small niche of viewers: the pretentious. This story of a day in the life of Deniz, a young, disenchanted Berliner and her myriad relational problems, is the kind of purposeless over-arty film that keeps most people away from film festivals. In classic German cinematic fashion, facial expressions are kept to a minimum, which is fine if it?s still stimulating your brain or heart, which it is not. This is just people breaking up and thinking about breaking up. That is it; no revelations, no intricacies, and probably about twenty of the approximately eighty minutes look suspiciously like a mass transit advertisement, culminating in this ridiculous train scene: 1: She looks. He looks. Their gazes lock for an intense moment before breaking. 2: He looks. She looks. Their gazes lock for an intense moment before breaking. 3: Repeat steps 1 through 2, four or five times at least. There is some merit along the lines of exploring emotional expectations in breaking up, but that is about it. Of course, the thing could be brilliantly ironic because of its lack of expected emotion? but I would not bet on it.




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From his beginnings as the animator of absurdist comedic shorts like "Rejected" and "Billy's Balloon", Don Hertzfeldt's career has always been promising and he has now become one of the finest filmmakers working today, a mature mastermind with a sense of humor that somehow manages to create stunning works of art using stick figures."It's Such a Beautiful Day" is a tragicomic combination of fantasy and reality, portraying the life and death of a seemingly normal man named Bill, a relatable extension of ourselves who lives a confusing yet mundane life that seems to have been wasted by year after year of nothing. Featuring a deadpan and often hilarious narration by Hertzfeldt himself, Bill's psychological and physical collapse is portrayed through the unique usage of flashbacks, dream sequences, absurdist gags, surrealist science fiction imagery, etc. All of these fragments of memories and crises and sad moments and happy moments and funny moments and stream of consciousness style musings on existentialist concepts of death and love and life all culminate to form something inexplicably beautiful. This is the story of a fragile man taking place over the course of his most fragile days as life seems to vanish in his socially awkward grasp. Of course, this is not a conventionally sad work, although it IS extremely tragic and heartbreaking throughout, for Hertzfeldt's often dark and occasionally even slightly juvenile and slyly bawdy sense of humor shines through even the most melancholic of moments. The result of this brilliant philosophical tale is a work of both intellectual and emotional mastery crafted by an underrated and unbelievably talented artist whose works can combine elements of comedy and tragedy and poetry using bland, almost poorly drawn stick figures. This filmmaker and this films are both movie miracles and prove that even in this modern age of repetitive corporate media cinema is not dead and can still be excellent and original!


It's 1861 in the Colorado Territory. The new whites face attacks from the Indians. There is tension between southerners and northerners as war approaches. Newcomer Owen Pentecost (Robert Stack), from North Carolina, encounters Ann Merry Alaine (Virginia Mayo). He wins at poker against Jumbo Means (Raymond Burr). Saloon madam Boston Grant (Ruth Roman) is also taken with Pentecost.The movie is rooting for the south. That happens in many American movies during this time. The southerners are heroic. The northerners are either evil or drunk. The Union is slow moving. Most depressing is that Indians are nameless barbarians. The movie starts with that, kills off a few of them, and then promptly forgets all about them. If all that is fine, this is your movie. This is a perfectly good western although I don't like the general message.


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The accompanying music video for "It's a Fine Day" was directed by David Betteridge.[24] It first aired in February 1992. The video features Kirsty Hawkshaw with her standout shaved head and bodysuit, performing and dancing against a backdrop of what is supposed to be a fine day.


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