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I May Destroy You
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Cox embraces a wonderful life by making it about boring visuals and confusing shots. Not the way that Nijinsky deserves to be remembered.
Thought this film was masterful in its portrayal of an an epic act of poesis.
Slow but the music and choreography makes up for it
crazy. he thinks he's god. he's not.
Though offering no footage of Nijinsky dancing (or otherwise being himself), this film evokes the sense of his living, breathing, and emoting - via other dancers, wordless naturescapes, and the reading aloud of his diaries by Derek Jacobi.. Hmm.
This movie wasn't quite what I expected, but I ended up really liking it. Very evocative.
Very cuttting edge! Nijinsky just doesnt stop talking! Very interesting thoughts though...