Mary Poppins Returns
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Though shot for television on a low budget, this is a sumptuous experience.
Its sad and bittersweet effects are slowly achieved in brooding, garrulous, overly introspective style, except by Jeanne Moreau.
It's awkward yet exquisite.
Minor but not without interest.
Perhaps Welles, in playing a man who doesn't understand art, was embodying his more vitriolic critics. He was presenting ever more complex art to critical agents, and was constantly met with confusion and literal interpretations.
A dreamy fable of just-so proportion and asethetics...this literate and richly strange film has layers of meaning available to the viewer. [Criterion Blu-ray]
The Immortal Story is, in part, concerned with the very nature of storytelling, something that Welles was fascinated with his whole life.
Shot on a smaller scale than Welles' other films, but it has all of Welles' hallmarks, including cavernous shots and startling angles.
A small, quietly beautiful fable which leaves the viewer with a strange sense of loss and sadness.
Masterpiece, rich in visual style.
Always oddly fascinating.
This is a film that proceeds like a ritual, adding to a story that engulfs it.
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