Παρασκευή, 16 Μαρτίου 2012

Born into this (Bukowski)

Είδος: Ντοκιμαντέρ
Γλώσσα:
English
Υπότιτλοι: Ελληνικά
Χρονολογία: 2003, US
Σκηνοθεσία: J. Dullaghan

Διάρκεια: 115'


http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0342150/












This is an extraordinary documentary, capturing Bukowski in the 1970's and 1980's mostly, telling the story of his incredible life and alternatively capturing private moments that define him as well as defy his reputation. The film uses interviews of those that lived with him and knew him to portray a man that waded through an interpersonal sewer of a life, only to conquer the literary world on his own terms and make a decent living from it to boot. It's the story of a man, a writer, who just lived life as it presented itself to him. He had an unflinching ability to face the realities of his life with charm, wisdom, and a determination that even he would not be able to recognize. Whether he spoke of his upbringing, his drinking, his laziness, his unattractiveness, his women, and especially about love, death and sex, he remained steadfast in his cynicism laced with humor, much like the comic artist Robert Crumb. Most of the highlights in the film occur when Bukowski is either conversing or reading his own work. He reads his own work in a world weary tone of voice that possesses a cadence that seems to say he's tired of it all. Just then though, he hits us with another gem, another truth about ourselves and the world around us. If you like Bukowski, see this at all costs.
Author: CitizenCaine from Las Vegas, Nevada







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