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Cremaster 3 (2002)

 -  Drama | Fantasy  -  25 May 2003 (Iceland)
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The third film of a five-part art-installation epic -- it's part-zombie movie, part-gangster film.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Richard Serra ...
Hiram Abiff
Matthew Barney ...
The Entered Apprentice
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The Entered Novitiate / Oonagh MacCumhail
Paul Brady ...
Cloud Club Maitre D'
Terry Gillespie ...
Cloud Club Barman
Mike Bocchetti ...
Grand Master
David Edward Campbell ...
Grand Master
James Pantoleon ...
Grand Master
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Grand Master
Nesrin Karanouh ...
Gary Gilmore
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Fionn MacCumhail (as Peter D. Badalamenti)
The Mighty Biggs ...
Fingal
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Heather Coker ...
Dancer
James Drescher ...
Lead Singer - Murphy's Law
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Mason (as Todd Hunter)
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Storyline

Barney plays the Entered Apprentice and his opponents include the Order of the Rainbow for Girls (who look a lot like the Rockettes), Agnostic Front and Murphy's Law (two New York Hardcore bands), Aimee Mullins, and Richard Serra. Molten Vaseline, dental surgery, a demolition derby by vintage Chrysler Imperial New Yorker cars and a gorgeous creature who is half-cheetah/half woman all figure in this latest edition of Matthew Barney's fever dream. Much of the action takes place in two New York landmarks, the Chrysler Building and the Guggenheim Museum, as well as at the Saratoga Racetrack (upstate NY), the Giant's Causeway (Ireland) and Fingal's cave (the Scottish Isle of Staffa). Written by Sujit R. Varma

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Drama | Fantasy

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25 May 2003 (Iceland)  »

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$9,787 (USA) (21 May 2010)

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$120,308 (USA) (2 October 2010)
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After the teeth have begun to exit the Apprentice's prolapsed intestine, there is an overhead shot of the hitmen standing around the Apprentice on the dentist's chair. The view of the intestine is slightly blocked by the back of one of the hitmen, but as he shifts from side to side, the teeth are nowhere to be seen. See more »

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An elitist "Art" film
13 July 2003 | by See all my reviews

This film is painfully boring! It's also way too long. It was so bad that I started staring at the walls and ceiling of the theater rather than look at the screen. Not one moment of each inexplicable sequence really resonated with me in the slightest. I think at least eight or more people left the theater before it was finished.

There is no plot at all. That in itself doesn't bother me, I don't think that a film necessarily has to have a narrative structure. However, the way in which this was done just didn't work for me. I've seen a lot of comparisons to David Lynch in people's comments. I personally don't see it. I love most of Lynch's films.

It seemed like the sort of film that an autistic person would make, cold and lifeless with no discernible emotion. The film treats inanimate objects and people almost as if they were the same. There is very little humanity or empathy to be found anywhere. Not to mention that there's no dialog.

I just couldn't relate to it at all.


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