"Dustclouds" is an epic fever-dream, chronicling a long night's journey into day. As his wedding carriage rides beneath a starlit night, Getz vows to enjoy the fruits of his labor. Having ... See full summary »

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Karina
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Getz
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Mrs. Casanova
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Farfarello - The Bride of Night
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Virgil / Cowboy
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Ingis Fats
Dale Rivera ...
Soldier
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Prostitute
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Kaon
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"Dustclouds" is an epic fever-dream, chronicling a long night's journey into day. As his wedding carriage rides beneath a starlit night, Getz vows to enjoy the fruits of his labor. Having worked his whole life, he has finally married. Yet as he lies in his bride's embrace, Getz already starts to question his happiness. Deep within, he yearns for "the perfect," which puts strain on his marriage. As the night progresses, inner turmoil unravels the fabric of Getz's being. Years begin to pass like seconds. Time, identity and purpose become unstuck. And a great sadness is borne into his life. Getz longs for answers, but is terrified by what he could lose in his search for truth? What follows is a quest deep into his heart of darkness. Written by m31 films

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"So you too, divine figures, have turned to dust."

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After watching Sandcastles and Dustclouds...
27 June 2009 | by See all my reviews

I just watched Dustclouds... after watching Sandcastles earlier in the day. Well this has been the movie highlight of the decade for me. So I ask myself (of course knowing full well the answer - but I'm stupid and keep asking) I ask myself why isn't Filip Jan Rymsza being hailed from coast to coast as a genius in film making? If "Insert name of generic Hollywood film part 3" is making hundreds of millions of $$$ then this guy should have enough money to buy his own island. Of course the world doesn't work that way.

I wish I could say more but I'm pretty dumbfounded by the experience. Normally I'll mentally pick a film apart during or after viewing. Dustclouds was way too smooth for this - I didn't want to and ruin it.

I watch many films and it's rare that I really get into one this much. To be honest I haven't had this reaction while watching Bergman's films and they always blow me away.


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