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A Million Little Pieces (2008)

Video  -  22 September 2008 (USA)
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With no sound, with no dialogue, monologue or action, Nigel Tomm's film adaptation of James Frey's book "A Million Little Pieces" is the transfer of the story to the space of art. Somebody ... See full summary »

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With no sound, with no dialogue, monologue or action, Nigel Tomm's film adaptation of James Frey's book "A Million Little Pieces" is the transfer of the story to the space of art. Somebody calls it absolute art. Somebody calls it abstract film. Somebody calls it fraud. Totally innocent yet completely alluring. Let your eyes judge the ultimate beauty. Written by Oops Thoon

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This is 70 minutes and 41 seconds of pure turquoise screen. Nothing more, nothing less.

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Utterley pointless
21 November 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

In 1993, the taboo shattering and groundbreaking English artist Derek Jarman created a film called "Blue". As the artist/writer/director almost completely lost his sight due to complications from AIDS, he felt it would be appropriate to make a film and let the world "see" things as he saw them, completely blue but with an ultra clear grasp of sound, the film is a masterwork.

Sadly, with only a turquoise screen and no sound, "A million little pieces" serves no purpose as either a work of art or a film. It has no sound at all and therefore is not a film. it is the same as staring at a wall for 70 minutes.

I am someone who appreciates art in all its forms but this is pointless. completely pointless.


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