Allure (I) (2014)

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Based on true stories, ALLURE is a process-driven film, where filmmakers and actors worked together through a series of improvisations to tell the stories of five women in New York, who ... See full summary »


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  • Madeleine Assas and Aisha de Bankole in Allure (2014)
  • Diana Sillaots and Yohan Belmin in Allure (2014)
  • Diana Sillaots in Allure (2014)
  • Adam Epstein and Julia Konrad in Allure (2014)
  • Ying Ying Li in Allure (2014)
  • With actor Isaach De Bankole at Black Nights Film Festival

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14 August 2015 | dgmmusiclabel
10
| Awesome Film!
As with most indies these days, you had to catch this film during a very short theatrical run, but hopefully it will be available on streaming. It's a beautiful and moody film, following five women in New York in 2011 during the Occupy movement. The film contrasts the personal struggles of the women with bigger political themes and ideas. It's reminiscent of films like Jean Rouch's Chronicle of a Summer, if you're old enough to know that or a cinephile. It's interesting that the film is a deliberate homage to 60s cinema, yet it feels so fresh among today's movies, which are all the same. Strongly recommended if you look for something meaningful.

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Release Date:

6 March 2015

Language

English, French, Chinese, Spanish


Country of Origin

USA

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