A woman dressed elegantly walks purposely through the water gardens at the Villa d'Este in Tivoli, as the music of Vivaldi's "Winter" movement of "The Four Seasons" plays. Heavy red filters... See full summary »
A soundtrack plays folk rock as a woman prepares, at noon, to take her Borzois for a walk. She goes through her dresses, all 1920's style flapper gowns, holding them one at a time, shaking ... See full summary »
A Slavonic Mass by Leos Janácek plays as historical figures, biblical characters, and mythical creatures gather in the pleasure dome. Aphrodite, Lilith, Isis, Kali, Astarte, Nero, Pan, and ... See full summary »
Samson De Brier,
Biography of the late author/actor/filmmaker Kenneth Anger, covering his early life as a child actor up through his career as an author ("Hollywood Babylon") and avant-garde filmmaker (Scorpio Rising (1964), Invocation of My Demon Brother (1969)). Included are interviews with friends and colleagues and archival footage of Anger, as well as clips from some of his films. Written by
Well! I saw the film too, I knew very little about Kenneth Anger, but after seeing "Anger Me", that I found to be a very valuable source of informations, I had finally an idea about who Kenneth Anger is. Anger Me,is described here as a documentary but in truth it's far more than that: it's a long-overdue monologue, an opportunity for the oft-maligned Anger to present his life as he remembers it.
..it is just a different point of view
Daring to lift my eyes towards the dry treetops, I don't see God, but his light is immensely shining.
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