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Black Moon (1975)

Black Moon
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Therese Giehse Therese Giehse
Old Lady
Alexandra Stewart Alexandra Stewart
Sister Lily
Joe Dallesandro Joe Dallesandro
Brother Lily


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Louis Malle Louis Malle
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7 years, 5 months ago at Jan 14 20:32
Ok soo I guess that this is one of the most confusing movies I have ever seen.I watched it about half year ago and I still dont think about some parts.It has more hiden truths in it,and surealism.It's doesnt keep your atention actually all the time but it leaves kinda sick and longlasting felling.I think it's worth watching.
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Description: This 70's experimental apocalyptic fairy tale—directed by the incomparable Louis Malle—is a single long perverse variation upon "Alice in Wonderland", with hints of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears." The film never fails to fascinate visually thanks to superb work by the prolific Sven Nykvist, better known as Ingmar Bergman's cinematographer. The intimacy is astounding in close-ups of nature and well-framed interiors. In the world of the film, there is war between the men and the women. The protagonist, a young girl, tries to escape this reality and comes to a hidden place where a strange unicorn lives wit ... (more)
Release date: 24 September 1975
Tags: Fantasy (2), Sci-fi (2), Dreaming (2), Evolution (2), Illness (2), Innocence (2), Journeying (2), Nature (2), Negativity (2), 1970s (2), 1975 (2), Masculine/feminine (1), Altered States (1), Camus’ Sisyphus (1), Fantasy/sci-fi (1), Experimental (1), MMG (1), Color (1), Spiritual Cinema (1), Reality (1)
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