Новогодние мероприятия в Иркутске в 2018 году


If you think you’ve seen every vampire film under the sun&#8212;make that the moon&#8212;you haven’t seen <em>A Girl Home Walks Alone</em>… We showed it in Hudson during this year’s FilmColumbia festival, and we liked it so much we’re showing it again for those who missed it. The surprise discovery at Sundance last January, this film is a spellbinding American indie shot completely in Farsi, about a young, punkish, female vampire who prowls the dark, desolate and lonely streets of a post-industrial town called “Bad,” along with junkies and thugs of various stripes. Perhaps it is a metaphor for what is happening in Iran today or perhaps this tale of a laid back bloodsucker is just its entertaining self. Whether interpreted or merely enjoyed, it’s fascinating debut feature, shot in Bakersfield, California, captivating and original.&#8212;Peter Biskind

“The biggest honest-to-God discovery of 2014.”&#8212;Andrew O’Hehir, Salon

Amirpour’s wide-screen, high-contrast black-and-white images heighten the familiar mood of low-rent high style, but her greater gift is choreographic: she ramps up suspense through the actors’ sinuous glides and dreamlike stillness, and she conjures magic with the rhythms of a few striking cuts. The fable-like drama offers a powerful symbolic display of feminine power and outlaw charm [in a] tightly scripted, pictorially lavish, downbeat romantic fantasy…”&#8212;Richard Brody, New Yorker

“Just when you think you’ve seen it all…along comes something completely new, or at least something so intriguingly bizarre as to seem completely new.”&#8212;Joe Morgenstern, Wall Street Journal

“This is a dream on your screen, absurd, languid (if not slow), and possessed by the calm of an inevitable beauty. This is what cinema was invented for.”&#8212;David Thomson, New Republic

“Even as Ms. Amirpour draws heavily from various bodies of work with vampirelike hunger, she gives her influences new life by channeling them through other cultural forms…”&#8212;Manohla Dargis, New York Times

“Ana Lily Amirpour’s feature debut could become a totem for a hipster world mad for jukebox funkiness, vampires, and gender-politics righteousness.”&#8212;Michael Atkinson, Village Voice

“Ana Lily Amirpour’s auspicious debut feature is a sly, slinky vampire romance set in an imaginary Iranian underworld.”&#8212;Guy Lodge, Variety

“Just when you thought you’d seen every possible variation on the vampire tale, along comes an Iranian bloodsucker romance set to spaghetti-Western music.”&#8212;Chris Nashawaty, Entertainment Weekly

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