Caótica Ana (Chaotic Ana) (2007)
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Critic Reviews for Caótica Ana (Chaotic Ana)
The real charm of this film is that it keeps the viewer guessing what strange turn it will take.
Audience Reviews for Caótica Ana (Chaotic Ana)
Awful and strange Spanish story, and in the DVD that didn't approve English subtitles on - disappointed! I saw Sex and Lucia and I liked it. A LOT! However, this film left me with a bitter feeling of a good artist in a pushing manner to impress. In my opinion, this movie has a wonderful beginning, beautiful images, intricate relations, but then it continues nowhere with exaggeration in an evident effort of being modern, artistic, tempting through crushing images, shocking without content. What's the idea at the end? What's the purpose of Ana's cyclic dying?
The title "Chaotic" perfectly sums it all up. The flick is as hard to understand as any off Julio Medem's previous pieces. A love relationship crossing different life times, interwoven with political message off condemning America's destructive diplomacy are mainly what Medem intends to say- only which had been poorly organized & conveying in a very queer, confusing & discouraging way.
Follow Ana, a young whimsical bohemian Spanish artist, who finds out that she's reincarnated time and again over a span of millenia as a variety of personifications of the mother goddess. She stives to connect with these different and conflicting feminine lives through her gorgeous artwork, intense love affairs, bold adventures, and blind faith in navigating through the turbulent currents of her present life with enviable abandon. A visual feast for the eyes, the cinematic display of this film would indeed inspire any of you who appreciate painting to paint more, and those of you who have never tried, to begin.
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