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All Flowers in Time (2011)

A guided tour through the shattered remains of memory and identity.

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"I am not from this place," declares a French cowboy. An old toothless man asks, "Do you know why you're here?" These shape-shifting personalities infect young children with an evil signal in the form of a Dutch TV show. The red-eyed girls and boys believe they can now become other people and monsters, much to their delight. Written by Chris Clark

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boring and pointless
22 July 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Pretentious, boring, and pointless. I saw this at the CFC World Film Festival and left learning nothing, feeling nothing, and slightly annoyed.

The programmers at Cannes, Melbourne, and Sundance should be ashamed of themselves for programming such a terrible film. Audiences attend film festivals to be entertained, not to bored to tears. "Indie" cinema has hit rock bottom.

Technically, it was shoddy and relied on a random mishmash of images to create some sort of experimental backdrop. The story was convoluted and practically nonexistent. The actors had really nothing to work with, so I hardly blame them. I have nothing but contempt for this film and everything it stands for.


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