I saw this film once on the big screen, once on DVD, and again tonight. This is a film that begs to be "studied". Every frame is "suitable for framing"....
The Roe's RoomWithin their apartment, a father, mother and son bear the dulling yoke of an ordinary urban life. His mind and heart borne aloft by the cycle of the seasons and the images and music within him, the son transforms his cloistered existence into a richly poetic emotional utopia. As autumn arrives,...Subscribe to to watch now
The Mill and the CrossTHE MILL AND THE CROSS is a "film of great beauty and attention" (Roger Ebert) that stunningly recreates one of the great masterpieces of painting, Pieter Bruegel the Elder's "The Way to Calvary." Lech Majewski brings the viewer inside the painting with immersive period detail...Subscribe to to watch now
Just spectacular. This film captures the visual feel and the demented tone of a Bruegel painting perfectly. Despite being nothing more nor less than an animated adaptation of a still...
Each scene is framed as if it was part of a living painting. Every now and then Bruegel wanders through its midst explaining the undertones. Visually interesting and at times...
Literally, a moving painting. Beautifully done. A most unusual art film.