Opening with torch-wielding villagers and a wall bleeding oil, this experimental film attaches vivid scenery and strange characters to the wonderful melodic wavelengths of the band Animal Collective, revitalizing the lost form of the "visual album."
In the summer of 2006, Sigur Rós returned home to play a series of free, unannounced concerts for the people of Iceland. This film documents their already legendary tour with intimate ... See full summary »
Jon Thor Birgisson,
Orri P. Dyrason,
Joseph is a man plagued by a violence and rage who is driving him to self destruction. As he falls further into turmoil, Joseph scours the landscape in search of a single grain of redemption that might restore hope to his fractured life.
For anyone that's seen Heima, INNI is nothing like it. It's minimalistic, enchanting, a film of simple visuals with inserts from the band's past and it is all about the sound. I recommend seeing it at a theater on a big screen where you will feel like you're in the middle of the most spectacular concert. Your mind zooms out and the loud music takes you on a memory trip and rips your chest apart. It might not be for everyone but the lights and the images are so gripping they'll most probably send you into a trance. Those who won't like it won't finish watching it, however all the people at our theater had their eyes glued to the screen the whole time though. A beautifully done concert film in my opinion.
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