Rent Cinema 16: European Short Films (2006)

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3h 30min
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Synopsis:
Featuring:

- Talk (bara Prata Lite) - Lukas Moodysson (Sweden)
- Le Batteur Du Bolero - Pattrice Le Conte (France)
- Charlotte Et Veronique, Ou Tous Les Garcons S'appellent Patrick - Jean- Luc Godard (France)
- Copy Shop - Virgil Wildrich (austria)
- Epilog - Tom Tykwer (Germany)
- Fridge - Peter Mullan (Scotland)
- The Opening Day of Close Up - Nanni Morett (Italy)
- Gisele Kerozene - Jan Kounen (Holland)
- World of Glory (harlig Ar Jorden) - Roy Andersen (Sweden)
- L'homme Sans Tate (the Man Without a Head) - Juan Solanas (France)
- Concert (koncert Zyzen) - Krayszt of Kieslowski (Poland)
- Jabberwocky - Jans
Svanmajer (Czech Republic)
- My Wrongs #8245-8249 & 117 - Chris Morris (UK)
- Nocturne - Lars Von Trier (Denmark)
- El Secdleto De La Tlompeta - Javier Fesser (Spain)
- Election Night (valgaften) - Anders Thomas Jensen (Denmark)
Directors:
, , , , , , , , , , , Krysztof Kieslowski, , , Javier Fesser
Studio:
Warp Films
Genres:
British Films, Comedy, Drama
Countries:
UK
BBFC:
Release Date:
05/06/2006
Run Time:
210 minutes
Languages:
English
Subtitles:
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9
Colour:
Colour and B & W

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Essential viewing for short-film enthusiasts - Cinema 16: European Short Films review by WS

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06/11/2019

Sixteen films from established directors showing a remarkable range of tone, style, and subject matter.

There's "Charlotte et Veronique", Godard's delightful neo-Nouvelle Vague comedy about a young Parisian philanderer; "L'Homme sans Tete", an allegorical fantasy that gives a whole new meaning to "head shop"; "Talk", a sombre tale of a social vampire who is desperate for company after being fired from his job; and "Gisele Kerosene", a demented caper in which transvestite witches on combustion-powered broomsticks hurtle through an ultra-modern cityscape in pursuit of a stolen relic. Other stand-outs include a stop-motion from the master of Czech surrealism; a gentle yet sardonic comedy from Chris Morris about a man who thinks his dog can talk; and an over-zealous anti-racist who comes a cropper in Jensen's hilarious "Election Night".

Should be something to please everyone - there are no real duds except the forgettable "Opening Day of Close Up" and maybe "Nocturne" which is perhaps too minimalist for most people's taste - so I'm a little surprised to see it rated at only 3.5 stars.

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