Limitless Cinema in Broken English

July 10, 2008

“PATHER PANCHALI” IS THE WINNER

Filed under: Uncategorized — celinejulie @ 9:02 pm

My poll 25 ended with 6 votes, including one vote from me for MUSASHINO HIGH VOLTAGE TOWERS, MY BROTHER’S SUMMER, and SOUS-SOL. Thanks very much to everyone who participated in it. Here is the result:

I LOVE THESE FILMS ABOUT LITTLE BOYS. WHICH ONES DO YOU LIKE?

1.PATHER PANCHALI (1955, Satyajit Ray, India)

It got 4 votes, or 66 %.

2.THE BLOSSOMING OF MAXIMO OLIVEROS (2005, Auraeus Solito, Philippines)
+IVAN’S CHILDHOOD (1962, Andrei Tarkovsky, Soviet Union)
+MUSASHINO HIGH VOLTAGE TOWERS(1997, Naoki Nagao, Japan)
+MY BROTHER’S SUMMER (2005, Pietro Reggiani, Italy)
+SOUS-SOL (1996, Pierre Gang, Canada)

Each of them got 2 votes, or 33 %.

7.ADEUS, PAI (1996, Luis Filipe Rocha, Portugal)
+ALPSEE (1995, Matthias Mueller, Germany)
+BLINDFOLDED (1999, Matti Ijas, Finland)
+A CHILD IN THE CROWD (1976, Gerard Blain, France)
+DUCK SEASON (2004, Fernando Eimbcke, Mexico)
+EARTHCORE (2005, Chookiat Sakvirakul, Thailand)
+FLOWER IN THE POCKET (2007, Liew Seng Tat, Malaysia)
+MUD (1997, Ivaylo Simidchiev, Bulgaria)
+THE REFLECTING SKIN (1990, Philip Ridley, UK)
+SPRING IN MY HOMETOWN (1998, Lee Kwangmo, South Korea)
+TSATSIKI, MUM AND THE POLICEMAN (1999, Ella Lemhagen, Sweden)
+URANYA (2006 Costas Kapakas, Greece)
+THE WAR (1994, Jon Avnet, USA)
+ZAPPA (1983, Bille August, Denmark)

Each of them got 1 vote, or 16 %.

SPECIAL MENTION: Vespertine wanted to vote for EARTHCORE, but he couldn’t make it in time.

–Talking about boy’s childhood reminds me of some paintings by Nate Frizzell. I don’t know the meanings of these paintings. Are they showing the world of a child’s imagination?

Nate Frizzell’s website:
http://www.natefrizzell.com/

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I knew about Nate Frizzel from Art Moco’s blog:
http://mocoloco.com/art/

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