Screen titles introduce the film as an attempt to see sound. Reinald Werrenrath sings Wagner's "O Evening Song," as the artist creates moods through the eye. The abstract forms are ... See full summary »
To the toccata portion of Bach's "Toccata and fugue in D minor," we watch a play of sorts. Blue smoke forms a background; a grid of black lines is the foreground. Behind the lines, a ... See full summary »
In this tribute to James Joyce, Fionnula Flanagan gives a tour-de-force performance as a half-dozen or so women in Joyce's real and fictional worlds. When she portrays his wife Nora ... See full summary »
James E. O'Grady
It's midnight in a graveyard. The principal characters are spooks, ghosts, bats, bells, and, at the end, the sun. As midnight strikes, 12 spooks appear, then two ghosts. They move to the ... See full summary »
The President of the U.S. is suceeded by his naive, wide-eyed son, and his advisors try to take advantage of the situation by planning to drop an atomic bomb on Manhattan and blaming it on the Red Chinese.
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This actually a sentence of the novel from James Joyce. You see that it is very easy to read - well, that was only a joke...this novel is gruesome, but I like it best. Last week I´ve seen this movie, and I was very suprised. It´s sometimes quiet good (short plot- discription: The story of a Irish tavern- keeper who dreams of attending his own wake)- Sounds difficult, he?- Yeah, and so it is...This isn´t a great movie, but after that novel you must say, there are few people who could make it better (maybe Tim Burton)
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