Drawing Restraint 9 (2005)
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Critic Reviews for Drawing Restraint 9
Drawing Restraint 9 belongs to an endangered species of experimental film that walks the line between challenging and alienating its audience.
Sitting through the film's tedious unfolding can be an interesting mental exercise.
Like John Lennon and Yoko Ono's Double Fantasy, a surreal, vaguely plausible explanation of why two people are crazy about each other.
Doesn't advance the Barney oeuvre an inch past where he left it with his massive, megalomaniacal opus known as the Cremaster series.
Audience Reviews for Drawing Restraint 9
Pretty pictures at 24fps. And Ronit hates it! All you could want in a movie except plot and characterization.
I've seen this twice. Bjork's character could have been much more developed, but I loved the whaling scenes on deck.
"Cremaster 6" would have been a more appropriate title. Anyway, if you have the chance you should go see it because it's art and stuff and art is never released on DVDs or something like that.
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