Ten Minutes Older (2002)
Critic Reviews for Ten Minutes Older
While the results are predictably mixed, most manage to rise to the occasion, with Spike Lee, Spain's Victor Erice and Chinese director Chen Kaige doing particularly impressive stuff.
Lifeline is a compelling mixture of elements -- rural life and historical detail, physical labor and a child's imagination -- that continually unveils new meaning.
If all the sections were as strong as Lee, Herzog and Jarmusch's, tempus would surely fugit, but as it stands this is occasionally meandering.
Audience Reviews for Ten Minutes Older
3.5/5 (Kaurismaki: 4/5, Erice: 5/5, Herzog: 3/5, jarmusch: 3.5/5, Wenders: 3.5/5, Lee: 3/5, Chen: 3.5/5)
The following directors have contributed one short film each for this project: Aki Kaurismaki, Victor Erice, Wim Wenders, Werner Herzog, Jim Jarmusch, Spike Lee and Chen Kaige. Personally I liked Jim Jarmusch's film best, but Werner Herzog's film was also up there somewhere. The other five are quite good as well.
This is a collection of 10 minute films by some of the world's top directors. Here are my individual ratings on their films: Aki Kaurismaki: (** 1/2) Victor Erice: (***) Wim Wenders: (***) Werner Herzog: (****) Jim Jarmusch: (***) Spike Lee: (*** 1/2) Chen Kaige: (*** 1/2) Average Rating: 3.2 or (***): [img]http://images.rottentomatoes.com/images/user/icons/icon14.gif[/img]
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