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"Frank" is one of the best movie I saw in the last years, and that was the main reason that brought me to watch "Being Frank", the story that inspired it.
Turns out there are many more reasons for loving this documentary: it's an honest journey into a crazy anarchic mind, a real entertainer.
This tribute probably only scratch the surface of his mind and his dark places, but I also think that even Chris Sievey himself couldn't have done much better on that regard.
This new teenagers might listen to a worse music than the ones that preceded them, but they still know how to create small dramas. An hosnest coming-of-age: I liked it.
Growing up with the animated series "Once Upon a Time... Life", this was my next natural step. And I still have vivid memories about them both.
This gentle and thoughtful little story about grief, find all its power in the simple complexity of emotions. The film does not really bring anything new to the table, at least as the story line goes, but the poetry and the fragility of the characters (young and old) will dig deeper than expected.
After the shaky camerawork of "Everybody in our family", Radu Jude chooses fixed shots to tell this bleak story. I saw that some people found this film funny, and I myself love dark humor, but knowing from the start that the story is taken from an autobiographical book, I did not find all this happiness in the lives of the characters. They tried though, so maybe it was more of a missed attempted than actual will to be bleak.