TSPDT Series, #98

What would you rate this film?

1
0
No votes
2
0
No votes
3
0
No votes
4
1
6%
5
0
No votes
6
1
6%
7
0
No votes
8
3
19%
9
3
19%
10
3
19%
Haven't seen
5
31%
 
Total votes: 16

letmeintomyzone
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TSPDT Series, #98

Postby letmeintomyzone » Wed Apr 26, 2017 10:25 am

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Continuing this series after a accidental hiatus.

Will catch up by doing it every other Monday. I'll set a reminder

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babydoll
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Re: TSPDT Series, #98

Postby babydoll » Wed Apr 26, 2017 6:44 pm

Amazing movie, simply put. Yeah, it's not for everyone, but the drama really unfolds in its boringness. After a while, you're just glued to the television screen.

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whuntva
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Re: TSPDT Series, #98

Postby whuntva » Thu Apr 27, 2017 1:15 am

It is hard to get into it, but oh so satisfying once you feel the rhythm of the picture and watch the drama unfold.
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Rob
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Re: TSPDT Series, #98

Postby Rob » Thu Apr 27, 2017 4:15 pm

One of only 5 films in the top 100 I haven't yet seen. In fact, Chantal Akerman is part of a very tiny group of acclaimed directors I have seen nothing of.

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ordinaryperson
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Re: TSPDT Series, #98

Postby ordinaryperson » Thu May 04, 2017 11:45 am

I get that the film is supposed to be boring, but it still affects my opinion of the film. I do like how visual the film is. If you don't pay enough attention you may miss some things.
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