Amazing story about family values and dreams.
âWe shouldnâ(TM)t ruin our childrenâ(TM)s dreamsâ?, - said mom, and I agree for 100% with it. I think this is a good point for all parents who believe in their childrenâ(TM)s talent. This is a social-oriented documentary about a Muslim family that live in a very specific society.
My favourite episode when one of the sisters tells: I always worried that people can say this and that, but people donâ(TM)t care of my house! People donâ(TM)t pay my rent. People donâ(TM)t buy my groceries. People donâ(TM)t do anything for me. I have to.â? She changed as soon she started to work and support her family. It is a message for many people. Why these girls should wear traditional cloth and follow strange rules if it ruins their dreams, career and even life sometimes? In our days it is so strange to see how talented girl struggles for her career in the sport just because a girl who plays cricket is not acceptable in her society. The family is very strong and all members are very supportive and friendly. They inspire and help each other. The most important thing they are flexible and could change or overcome their stereotypes.
Stadium Anthems demonstrates the lack of talents, ideas, projects and funding to grow up new stars although many music compositions sound around us everywhere.
In our days there are many technologies to make new sounds, new types of instruments and different styles of music. However, there are not many incredible composers, wonderful performers or amazing songwriters. The majority of musicians go to survival job to pay their bills and canâ(TM)t focus on music. There are other artists who have enough money and could focus on music, but they are not creative enough to produce something incredible. The music industry is all about it. The funniest thing in this movie (for me) is the fact that producers and sponsors are not musicians. Such a typical situation: they are not experts at all. I saw it so many times in the music industry. They can't play or sing, they don't have the knowledge, and they choose musicians without a professional understanding of education, background, level of skills, creativity, repertoire and other important things. Their choice often based on personal preferences that are not related to music, talent, skills or lyrics. Partly it is a reason of âMe tooâ? situation in show business. There are many naive young ladies choose this way to reach their goals and became a famous singer or songwriters. It is always based on illusions and breaching of ethics. It is not professional at all and Iâ(TM)m glad to see that film directors started to show it in their movies.
I really like the teacher of art. She is so nice person. She is a smart, talented and generous person. She is educated and gifted; she knows people and cares about friendship. My favourite scene is when she tries different glasses and talk about age. It is a kind of metaphor of the inner world of each of us. Choosing the right point of view helps to find a right solution, to see the good angle of any situation or to express your own feeling from the deepest of your âheartsâ? (she choose glasses that look like 2 hearts).
I like the style of directing, excellent DOP job, acting and music.
I like the message: musicians shouldnâ(TM)t work for free. Period.
Watch the movie and have fun.
The story tells about lonely girl who has subconscious fears and psychosomatic disorders. The problem of loneliness can't be not solved by pills. As we see, it starts from childhood, so parents should be responsible for it.
Acting is good. All team did a very good job.
It's funny at first glance, but at the end you understand the horror of all these stories gathered together. Horror is not a genre in this case. It is about the idea of the degeneration and about the fearful transformation from biological and spiritual species to synthetic one. We are witnessing the death of the feminine and the disappearance of the masculine. The last man on earth dies in the last story. The world is filled with the sociopaths.
In my opinion the brightest episodes are Brain Robbers in Love and Life after Men. Deborah Childs is simply amazing actress.
For me personally, it is a tragicomedy. It reminds me stories about the legendary Charlie Chaplin's Tramp character. It causes sympathy, empathy and immediate acceptance because there are many people went through the poverty, loneliness and despair. As Madison (Diana Cristina) says to the main character:"There are many people are confused today like you, although they are married, have children and got a job".
As I see tramps in this movie are symbolic or metaphoric expressions of issues or problem of the modern society. Having a degree doesn't guarantee a terrific career. Probably the most bums looked different many years ago, but they got the wrong job, meet wrong people, then totally confused and got off track. Meeting with the right person helped the main character to change his life. The message is simple: There are many jobs in any city, but meeting with the right person is much more important.
I like Diana Cristina. She is a wonderful actress. Murphy Martin built his character very good. DOP is amazing. Light and sound also look amazing.