Set against the backdrop of Carnaval in Salvador, Brazil, the movie cuts between shots of musicians performing on an elevated stage; images of sweaty, often splendidly costumed onlookers; ... See full summary »
Valter Vicente Pinho Neto,
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Dave Bald Eagle,
John Buffalo Mailer
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I just saw this the other day. I Was in the second row of the cinema so close to all these weird happenings. I knew that it would be slow and hardly without a story. With that in mind I really liked the slow moving pictures, the building of the big Vaseline-sculpture, and the meeting between Björk and Barney(it takes a long time before they actually meet on screen)
I see why some people would find it annoying, but to me it had some stunning visuals and the music was really good.
Just sit back and relax and don't expect much more than two hours of slow moving and weird stuff.
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