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Amando de Ossorio
it should be shelved between fellini's "satyricon" and truffaut's "400 blows".
with such enduring characters as "Mother Speed" and "Helpless Victim," you can't help but fall in love with their plights, empathize with their struggle, and finally, come to a stunning conclusion with tears of great justice shining in your eyes.
and not only does it come with brilliant, multilayered characterization & pathos, but also contains astonishing and subtle hints of sociopolitical criticism: for example, the upside-down, spinning shopping cart? i can think of no better symbol to better criticize the gross materialism that humanity seems to have embraced!
everyone should see this movie -- no, film.
may you forever skate the paths of righteousness.
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