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“The kind of surreal treat you might get if Terry Gilliam collaborated with Davids Lynch and Cronenberg on a tribute to the silent movies of Charlie Chaplin and Fritz Lang… Wonderful” The Independent On Sunday
It’s been hailed by critics as one of the most innovative, inventive and original films of the year and now, after a limited, highly acclaimed theatrical release, La Antena is making its way to DVD, released by Dogwoof on 18 August 2008.
The film is a breathtaking, silent black-and-white tale that offers a nightmarish vision of a world dominated by trashy TV; a grim place where the ability to speak has been snatched from the people.
Referencing classic silent cinema, Esteban Sapir’s wildly imaginative Argentinian offering puts a modern spin on the genre, but only by using classic black-and-white methods – there’s precious little CGI on show here, merely Sapir’s ingenious and resourceful skills.
31st Mar 05 HGL has his characters simply play with human organs / intestines / eyes in sockets close-up needlessly and for longer than is necessary, if indeed it was necessary at all, which it isn't. Like close-up...