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Lucky People Center International (1998)

The film is a journey through some twenty countries where existential issues are addressed and the participants have all taken a stand against modern society and trying to make human life better.
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The film is a journey through some twenty countries where existential issues are addressed and the participants have all taken a stand against modern society and trying to make human life better.

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Documentary | Music

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Sweden

Release Date:

27 March 1998 (Sweden) See more »

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I leshi ton tyheron anthropon See more »

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Memfis Film See more »
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Dolby SR

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Color
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by Johan Söderberg, Erik Pauser
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A musical journey around the world
26 April 2006 | by that_guy-2See all my reviews

Whilst watching this movie, I kept comparing it to "Baraka". About half way through, I started kicking myself and started trying to judge this film on its own merits.

Looking back, comparisons to "Baraka" seemed like a fair touchstone to judge this movie. Whilst "Baraka" relies almost entirely on vision to not only take you on a journey, but to deliver a vaguely anti-consumerism message, Lucky People Centre relies more on music and spoken word to portray its message.

Whilst I'm not claiming that Baraka's message is muted, or hard to find, Lucky People Centre is a little more obvious with its back-to-nature-and-warning-about-the-future message.

Visually stunning, with an eclectic set of characters ranging from an Indian Guru to Maori singers (a personal highlight is the millennium Haka).

Definitely has more than one viewing in it, and would be a perfect movie for the dance music freak, anti-globalisation nut or anyone who enjoys a movie that doesn't fit into the normal boundaries of cinema


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