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Ferrando and Guglielmo boast about the beauty and virtue of their girls, the sisters Fiordiligi and Dorabella. The cynical Don Alfonso proposes a wager. He will prove to them that the ... See full summary »
Juan Francisco Gatell
A 14-year-old video enthusiast is so caught up in film fantasy that he can no longer relate to the real world, to such an extent that he commits murder and records an on-camera confession for his parents.
Michael Haneke is one of the best film-makers working today and he really deserves a great documentary on him. Which really shouldn't be difficult, he's an incredibly smart guy who clearly knows a lot about what he does. However, '24 Realities per Second' really isn't even a documentary. It's just people with a camera following him around, recording him doing generic interviews and just generally pestering him and that's it. If you're going to do a documentary it helps if you have an actual premise. You cannot just film someone walking around and then say "It's a documentary". I would have preferred if they actually asked him goddamn questions and maybe they could have interviewed other cast members about Haneke and their experiences working with him too? This is a pretty amateur piece, watch it for Haneke but you're not missing anything if you skip it.
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