Francés (Muy pocos diálogos) | Subs: Castellano/English
119 min | XviD 640x480 | 1610 kb/s | 138 kb/s mp3 | 25 fps
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La casaInútil escribir una sinopsis de esta película, ya que no solo carece totalmente de diálogos - apenas un monólogo/recitación al principio y al final - sino que también carece de argumento. El film es una sucesión de imágenes en una vieja casona (tal vez en Lituania) en donde el sonido tiene una relevancia especial. Para los cinéfilos curiosos.
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The HouseThe House opens to the image of a mansion as the narrator reads a confessional letter written to his mother about their inability to communicate with each other. The house and mother are, of course, metaphors for the motherland that will be explored in the two hours that follow...
It seems to me that The House is the film that Bartas finally comes to terms with the trauma dealt by the country’s recent past that he has consistently expressed in his work. Consequently, the film also seems like a summation of the director’s previous films (One could say that the characters from Bartas’ previous films reprise their roles here) and a melting pot of all the Tarkovsky influences that have characterized his work (especially the last four fictional works of the Russian). Shot almost entirely indoors, The House follows a young man carrying a pile of books as me moves from one room of the Marienbad-like mansion to the other, meeting various men and women, none of whom speak to each other and who might be real people of flesh and blood, shards of memory or figments of fantasy. The house itself might be an abstract space, as in The Corridor, representing the protagonist’s mind with its spatial configuration disoriented like the chessboard in the film. Furthermore, one also gets the feeling that Bartas is attempting to resolve the question of theory versus practice – cold cynicism versus warm optimism – with regards to his politics as we witness the protagonist finally burn the books, page by page, he had so far held tightly to his chest. (Just Another Film Buff - theseventhart.info) See full article here