Honour of the Knights (Quixotic) (Honor de Cavallería) (2007)
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Many esteemed filmmakers, including Orson Welles and Terry Gilliam, have tried and failed to launch mammoth adaptations of Miguel de Cervantes' seminal novel Don Quixote de la Mancha. In his feature Honor de Cavalleria, writer/director Albert Serra scales down his approach, with an avant-garde adaptation of two sequences from the book, done in an understated, minimalist style. The primary crux of the motion picture explores the dynamics of the ongoing relationship between Quixote (Lluis Carbo)
Sep 21, 2007 Wide
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If you're on this movie's wavelength, you may find yourself unexpectedly moved by its cumulative effect.
Albert Serra's reduction of Don Quixote, the greatest novel in the Spanish language, to a two character sketch emulating Beckett's Waiting for Godot, is among cinema's greatest insults to literature.
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