An offbeat comedy made by a group of stand-up comedians. A day in the life of two best friends; Charlie is planning to ask his girlfriend to move in together, which makes Dylan wonder why ... See full summary »
"Amra Ekta Cinema Banabo ( The Innocence )" is a story of love, dreams, politics, revolution and aftermath of a freedom war of one of the poorest developing country, where few peoples started to fight all the odds by filmmaking .
In the 17th century, a Bulgarian Christian region is selected by the Ottoman rulers to serve as an example of conversion to Islam. A Janissary who was kidnapped from the village as a boy is... See full summary »
Created by director Charlie Lyne to force the British Board of Film Classification to watch many hours of paint drying to protest the practices of the British censors. See more »
Amazing and captivating experience
I love the abstractness of the storyline in this movie. It really conveys a sense of wondrous joy and beauty of life as well as the struggles we experience during our life. The main theme of this movie seems to be writer's block. Many writers get stuck on what they need to write, and this movie certainly captures this emotion with the seemingly stationary drying paint. However as you continue watching this movie you can tell that the paint does indeed make a lot of progress, and by the end it reaches its goal and becomes dry. I really love the use of imagery and metaphors to truly captivate you in this controversially long 10 hour masterful craft.
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