Final Cut: Ladies and Gentlemen (2012)

  |  Comedy, Drama, Romance


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A simple yet timeless love story between a man and a woman, told using scenes edited together from hundreds of other films.


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Director:

György Pálfi

Writers:

György Pálfi, Zsófia Ruttkay

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28 February 2020 | Bored_Dragon
10
| "Umro je drug Tito"
One of the most original films I've ever seen is composed entirely of scenes stolen from other films. Hungarian director György Pálfi has made a universal romantic drama, skillfully and humorously combining clips from several hundred films, so black and white and color scenes, different genres and shooting techniques, actors, locations and epochs, rapidly alternate before our eyes, all followed by nicely blended music, also borrowed from other films and series. Clips were reportedly downloaded from torrent sites and, in order to avoid copyright lawsuits, the film was published as educational material by the Hungarian University of Film and Theater. It may seem confusing and even unwatchable at first, but do not let it deter you, because you will get used to it very quickly and after a few minutes you will no longer need extra concentration. The idea is ingenious, a realization hypnotizing, and I am afraid to even speculate how extensive his knowledge of world cinema is, as well as how much time and patience it took to assemble and edit this madness. Even if we disregard all the other qualities, the effort itself deserves a maximum rating. Bravo!

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Release Date:

1 October 2012

Language

German, Hungarian, French, Cantonese, English, Spanish


Country of Origin

Hungary

Box Office

Budget:

HUF20,000,000 (estimated)

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