The Double Steps (2012)
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In this visually striking fantasy, inspired by legendary French painter and writer François Augiéras, a soldier-who believes he is Augiéras-searches for a series of spiritual murals made by the painter in an abandoned bunker. The renowned Spanish painter and ceramicist Miquel Barcelo (playing himself), whose recent work is inspired by Augiéras, soon joins in the search as well. The film's numerous doublings, conundrums, and sexual innuendos reflect Augiéras's innovative art and troubled life. -- (C) MoMA … More
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Critic Reviews for The Double Steps
One can't help but sense that underneath the complicated art-house game-playing of Isaki Lacuesta's The Double Steps resides a theme that's sentimental and old-hat.
[Mr. Lacuesta is] so committed to non-transparency as a principle that he locks you out.
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