The ads proclaimed: Don’t Go; Don’t Rush; Don’t Spend.
However, 5,000 people turned up with camping chairs at 6am on the “opening” day.” The film is filled with funny scenes: the two film makers standing in their blue underwear to be fitted for Hugo Boss suits; the recording of a promotional song with a school girl choir and an ORCHESTRA OF VIOLINS (I was laughing so hard I thought I would have to leave the theater); and the reactions of the Czech citizenry as they attend the fake opening and walk all the way across an un-mowed field to a fake building façade and then back to the parking lot.
Cast: Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi, Gilbert Melki, Jean-Marc Barr, Jacques Bonnaffé, Édouard Collin, Romain Torres, Sabrina Seyvecou, Yannick Baudin, Julien Weber, Sébastien Cormier, Marion Roux Written and Directed by Olivier Ducastel and Jacques Marineau Reviewed by Diedre Kilgore is an engaging film full of absurdly humorous twists.
The priest at times feels helpless because he understands that they are simply trying to protect themselves from harm by praying to anyone who will listen, in the hopes that they can “double their armor.” The mines of Cerro Rico date back to the sixteenth century.When the cocaine belonging to his roommate, the wealthy and smug son of a Senator, is found in Matt’s affairs, Matt buckles under the pressure and political influence of his roommate and takes the fall.Matt leaves Harvard for London, to seek refuge with his sister Shannon (Claire Forlani) and her husband Steve and reevaluate his future.In this mockumentary we follow the film makers as they buy new Hugo Boss suits, plan their ad campaign, do market research and record a “song.” Here is a quote from the press release, “For two weeks, the streets of Prague were saturated with advertising for the fake hypermarket.The campaign (designed by a renowned advertising agency) involved television and radio spots, 400 illuminated billboards, 200,000 flyers promoting brand products, an advertising song, a website, and advertisements in newspapers and magazines.Richard Ladkani’s cinematography is breathtaking, a real achievement considering the constrictive and extremely dangerous circumstances that faced his crew.They were hampered by dealing with collapsed tunnels, toxic gases, runaway carts and dynamite explosions and were only able to light their scenes with the open flame carbon lamps used by the Miners.Williams ), Taylor is now the octogenarian resident of an amazingly cluttered rent controlled apartment in Manhattan’s actively gentrifying Lower East Side.Bartender/filmmaker Williams Kirkley came up with the idea.If you wish to help these children, please log onto the film’s website, and follow the links to the organizations listed.Tribeca Film Festival “Movie star passing through” Starring: Taylor Mead Featuring: Jim Jarmusch; Penny Arcade; Paul Morrissey; Gerard Malanga; Michael Auder; Jonas Mekas; Carlo Mc Cormick; Steven Watson; Mary Boone; Wu Tang Clan’s Rza; The White Stripes; & Many More. Kirkley; Filmed by Crystal Moselle: Narrated by Steve Buscemi Reviewed by Wendy R.