The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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Delightfully poetic for all of its ironic and allegorical subtleties.
It is whimsical, bittersweet, wise in a minor key.
Memorializes a complex man and his deceptively simple work, by a friend and colleague in a fitting tribute.
It's a ludicrous yet haunting fable.
Beyond its initial one-joke concept and heavy-handed allegory, The Big Animal doesn't have much to say, and even at 72 minutes it seems a bit padded out.
A delightful satire from Poland.
The crisp, elegant black-and-white cinematography by Academy Award nominee Pawel Edelman (The Pianist) is well-matched to the simplicity of the narrative.
This film is a natural for tweens and teens, like The Yearling or the British film Ring of Bright Water.
Kieslowski has written a film about how people, when confronting something new, often react with anger and even vengeance.
It's a modest film...but Stuhr's sure hand with his material and the effective performances make it a memorable parable about the spark of individuality.
Rubio, a denizen of a Polish circus, is simply terrific as the unnamed creature, whose reactions to events around him are a quiet delight.
A timeless tale that shows no signs of its script's age.
ever wanted a Camel, Watch this and you might just wish you had one. Beleive this is a Polish Film, Subtitles, so bear with it and enjoy. If you see it get it.
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