A very emotive and beautiful documentary celebrating 20 years of Harry Potter on screens!
If you are a fan, this is a truly must-watch!
Big cheers to everyone involved! everyone single one of you helped bring the fantastic world of the Harry Potter saga to life!
In memorian: Alan Rickman; Richard Griffiths; Richard Harris; Helen McCrory; Verne Troyer; Robert Hardy; John Hurt; Timothy Bateson; Terence Bayler; Robert Knox; Sam Beazley; Paul Ritter; Dave Legeno; Peter Cartwright; Derek Deadman; Hazel Douglas; Alfred Burke, Jimmy Gardner and Elizabeth Spriggs.
A living statue is a performer who poses as a statue or mannequin, usually with realistic statue-like makeup, Performances are commonly on the street busking but may also be at events where the artist is paid. A living statue attraction, as a performance, is the artist’s ability to stand motionless and occasionally come to life to comic or startling effect.
The life of a revolutionary visual artist. I knew little or nothing about David Wojnarowicz’s work, to my regret… It was with great pleasure that I now know his work. A unique life, with a lot of toil and struggle, both with himself and with society. A soul disfigured by life, but strengthened by art and the will to be. I strongly recommend the documentary to everyone, because those who know him will perhaps better understand its path and those who do not know him will be able to exalt such a great work.
Last night I was standing around here looking at my photographs! They’re my life and I don’t know what to anybody to distort that, just for their comfort. Testing one, two, three…
Here’s a film that, with an excellent dose of irony, some idiocy, and a good deal of barbs for society, gives us a summary of the year 2021. For me, it felt like 2021 got by running, but as I reviewed some of the events, I realized that it was much longer than I initially realized. Nonetheless, if you want a 2021 retrospective with intelligence and humor, I strongly recommend this film (or is it a mini-film)?!…
Whether you like or hate them, The Velvet Underground documentary it’s a piece of art!
History is exposed in this doc, not only the bands but also the 60’s explosion of art in its most ubiquity… The caldron that fostered miscegenation of arts was presented in the form of a unique band, The Velvet Underground!
To find the roots of alternative music in all its aspects within this doc!
Sunday morning, brings the dawn in It’s just a restless feeling by my side Early dawning, Sunday morning It’s just the wasted years so close behind
Music has and will always be the art that can bring people together, make them feel unified, and believe in themselves…
Watching this documentary blew my mind… How can something so pure become this rage, this warzone that Woodstock99 became?!…
Everyone who enjoys music must watch this documentary, so each one can have a possibility of questioning itself about these facts, this monstrosity, this need to rage against each other… And finally, see it as the documentary it is, about a specific festival, and what should never ever happen again!
Let love rule with music, always!
There’s a festival grounds in Germany, it was literally built by Hitler. And we’ve played there a bunch of times, it’s a great venue, lots of fun. The airbase was less hospitable than the venue built by Nazis.
I really, really enjoyed this documentary! It can bring us way back up ’til the ’90s!
OK, I might be one of the fewest people in the world who didn’t know Soleil Moon Frey, sorry about that!
Nonetheless, the documentary it’s great… All that footage taken by her and her friends deserved to be delivered back to the light!
And you will find also lots of actors, actresses that are now at their peak or where!
It is on ode to friends, to life, and to the ’90s.
And after that, listen to the beautiful original song of the one and only Linda Perry… It is absolutely overwhelming, heartfelt, and pitch-perfect! It sums up the documentary in a way that it deserved an Oscar.