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Mr. Green's dewy romantic imagery, self-pitying tone and feeble grasp of the principles of poetic scansion suggest the powerful influence of Rod McKuen, a celebrated poet of the 1970's who has since fallen into disrepute.
The idea is fun for a while, but soon grows tiresome.
It is spirited and heartfelt, but as [Green] meanders from college romances to corporate jobs to showbiz breaks, it's clear none of these incidents is actually worthy of big-screen attention.
To be certain, Richard Green has created an enchanting and unique way of telling a story... I just wish I could have cared more about the Richard Green it was all about.
Green actually makes the mix sing, and the film is genuinely absorbing.
Said ingenuity is at times recursive in its chintzy pell-mell of images and superimpositions...
The urgent, free flowing gimmicky rhythms of Richard Green's swing club hippie dream ultimately grow trite and tiresome by journey's end.
The entire documentary is accomplished in rhythm, rhyme and tune.
7 Year Zig Zag is experimental, more celebratory than story, and taken as such -- fun.
While this film is moved by rhyme and swing, it comes across as natural as a free flowing stream.
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