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Lucky People Center International (1998)

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A movie that beats you, right in your mind
7 September 1999 | by (Switzerland) – See all my reviews

A movie that beats you, right in your mind. It lets you think things over. You see in this film why the "beat of life" is that important. At the first side it is a religious and philosophic documentary, at the other side it is an art movie that mixes samples of music, words and pictures and all that in a real rhythmic and musical sound. But also the stills are great filmed.

I like this film very much, because I like DJ Music (and this is like a more serious party, where a DJ also mixes Images), because the People are very interesting and it is excellent filmed.

I'm now 16, but I think those who are as old as I, don't like this movie because it is long time very quiet and it is not like I thought always action and music. I would recommend it to all who like great stills, electronic or rhythmic music, good documentaries and to those who are bored of all the normal movies. For those who expect Action or Comedy it isn't to good, though it have both in a way implemented, but not very usual. I'd call it: "cool dj avant-garde art documentary"

If you want something new and cool


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