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The Dust of Time (2008)
"Trilogia II: I skoni tou hronou" (original title)

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A, an American film director of Greek ancestry, is making a film that tells his story and the story of his parents. It is a tale that unfolds in Italy, Germany, Russia, Kazakhstan, Canada ... See full summary »

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Eleni (as Irene Jacob)
Christiane Paul ...
Helga
Kostas Apostolidis ...
Secretary
Tiziana Pfiffner ...
Alexandros Mylonas ...
Man in the Train
Norman Mozzato ...
Hotel Manager
Reni Pittaki ...
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Alessia Franchini ...
A's Secretary
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Empfangschefin
Chantel Brathwaite ...
Young Eleni's Friend
Herbert Meurer ...
Doctor
Sviatoslav Yshakov ...
Grandfather
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A, an American film director of Greek ancestry, is making a film that tells his story and the story of his parents. It is a tale that unfolds in Italy, Germany, Russia, Kazakhstan, Canada and the USA. The main character is Eleni, who is claimed and claims the absoluteness of love. At the same time the film is a long journey into the vast history and the events of the last fifty years that left their mark on the 20th century. The characters in the film move as though in a dream. The dust of time confuses memories. A searches for them and experiences them in the present. Written by Theo Angelopoulos

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Truly theatrical and poetic
1 March 2013 | by (Athens, Greece) – See all my reviews

I was not ever really attracted to Theo Agelopoulos work, until I saw this film. I actually decided to watch it because of the appearance of great international actors in it. Oh well, this movie is like watching an elaborate theatrical stage production. It really feels like you are in the theater, it does not feel like a movie. It has that stage drama vibe. Mesmerizing. You will definitely also love the cinematography on this one. I am not joking when I say that you can actually freeze frame and print screen every frame on this movie! The colors and the perspective, the light and shadows, the objects, everything is like a moving painting. I got no idea what kind of genius is required to do so, but Agelopoulos has done it! The story is easy to follow, but as you expect from a European production is very delicate and presented with flashbacks and allegories.

If you are a person who likes Hollywood movies, then I suggest you skip this. If you are in to European cinema, then this movie is for you. And if you are interested in Art, painting, mesmerizing visual images and theater, then you should really should watch this movie!


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