Glass Lips (Blood of a Poet) (2007)
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A man desperately tries to escape the memories of a painful childhood in this experimental feature from Polish artist and filmmaker Lech Majewski. A young poet (Patryk Czajka) is exiled to a mental hospital and finds himself haunted by scenes from his life as a boy, living with a father (Grzegorz Przybyl) who meted out frequent violence and a mother (Joanna Litwin) who did nothing to stop the pain. The poet's tortured recollections are interspersed by surreal, silent tableaux that juxtapose the
Nov 7, 2007 Wide
Aug 12, 2008
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The hypnotic, painterly images combine with haunting music (composed by [director Lech] Majewski) in one of the most unusual, beautiful films of the year.
Exerts a chilly fascination from minute to minute without quite achieving a cumulative impact.
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