Indeed a great film, but I'm still trying to get why it's considered by many the best western ever.
Simply amazing. The most exciting and most interesting documentary I've ever seen in my whole life. I keep thinking how the hell did he get that many images, short films and drawings. So accurate. The soundtrack is touching, powerful and yet discrete, as it should be. Why the hell we all know Michael Moore's shitty movies and none know about it in Brazil? This should be shown in all schools and colleges around the globe, this way maybe we would stop seeing Che Guevara and Marx t-shirts.
One single reason made me rewatch this film in order to make a proper review about it: I've seen that some people whose opinion I respect saying the Coen brothers are too overrated. Well, I don't think they are overrated, I just think people admire them for the wrong reasons. People use to refer to the dialogues in their films as "cool" when in fact they are indeed profound and intelligent, and "intelligent" things are often very different from "cool"…
There were me and my brother at the store looking for films when I look at the cover of 2001: A Space Odyssey. I knew my brother had never watched it and I knew he liked The Clockwork Orange so I bought this one.
I turned out all the lights saying: "This film must be watched like this. This is one of the finest movies you'll ever see." He looked at me funny but said nothing. The film started. I've…