It is no wonder then that the film, which begins by proclaiming that life should be joyful, turns out to be one of the gloomiest of recent memory.
| Original Score: 0/5
Although it seemed like some kind of breakthrough at the time, Makavejev's film isn't improving with age.
An insanely brilliant comedy.
| Original Score: 4/4
| Original Score: 4/5
ndeed, it's hard to think of a headier mix of fiction and nonfiction, or sex and politics, than this brilliant 1971 Yugoslav feature by Dusan Makavejev.
A truly weird film.
Makavejev's defining work is one of eerily appropriate juxtapositions, fact and fiction, old footage and new
| Original Score: 3.5/5
It's worth seeing because it gets one's juices flowing whether buying into the martyred Reich's theories or not.
| Original Score: A
| Original Score: 5/6
| Original Score: 5/5
The title is all you need to know that this film is out of the ordinary.
| Original Score: 81/100
The wittiest and possibly truest thing in it is an analysis of Stalinist propaganda films as displaced pornography.
Audacious Cold War Yugoslavian essay establishes the relationship between sex, power and liberation.