posted on May, 15 2012 @ 09:11 AM
reply to post by caitlinfae
Thank Caitlin, yes you described it better than i did but it is a hard one to describe isn't it? I told a few people about it yesterday, but i just
couldn't do it justice.
I agree it is something that probably gets better with time, i was too engrossed with the strangeness of the film first time round. I also want to
focus more on the art he was talking about, it was lovely hearing about certain pieces from the mouth of someone who supposedly lived those times and
could tell you personal details that others would not know.
Very excentric, but a nice change from the usual rubbish on tv these days. I'm in the UK, and have Sky (curse me if you wish), i am forever thinking
about getting rid of it but they have two great Sky Arts channels on there which makes up most of my viewing these days.
Seeing films like this pays for the subscription itself in my eyes.
So anyone who cares to take a look at this, i would urge you to watch it more than once, it's the kind of film where you just can't take it all in
first time round and are bound to see more each time.
edit on 15/5/12 by CX because: (no reason given)