The Music of Chance1993
The Music of Chance (1993)
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Critic Reviews for The Music of Chance
As it moves towards its fatalistic, circular ending, Haas' austere, matter-of-fact but unnerving portrait of strange bedfellows takes on the feeling of life in all of its isolation, hope and endless, meaningless toil.
The film is a brilliantly enigmatic examination of luck, the feeling we have of some harmony or order governing our fate.
The oddball tale is so well-acted that it seems like a neglected minor gem.
Haas' literal-minded adaptation, something he also did effectively with the more visually opulent Angels and Insects, is helpful in directly laying out our own moral debate, where our sense of social obligation bumps up against our moralistic outrage.
A true original. Fascinatingly off-beat. One of the most underrated, overlooked films of the 1990s.
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