Attenberg [Athina Rachel Tsangari] [Edizione: Regno Unito] [Import anglais]
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Marina, 23, is growing up with her architect father in a prototype factory town by the sea. Finding the human species strange and repellent, she keeps her distance. Instead she chooses to observe it through the songs of Suicide, the mammal documentaries of Sir David Attenborough, and the sexual-education lessons she receives from her only friend, Bella. A stranger comes to town and challenges her to a foosball duel, on her own table. Her father meanwhile ritualistically prepares for his exit from the 20th century, which he considers to be overrated. Caught between the two men and her collaborator, Bella, Marina investigates the wondrous mystery of the human fauna.
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"Attenberg" (2010 release from Greece; 94 min.) brings the story of Marine, a 23 yr. old misfit who feels alienated from everyone and everything. In fact, her only solace seems to be to watch Sir David Attenborough's nature documentaries. Her "circle" exists of her best friend Bella (who refers to Sir David as "Attenberg"), and Marina's dad Styros, an architect whom we later learn has a terminal illness. Marina also gets to know the (nameless) engineer from out of town whom she chauffeurs around and to whom she becomes attracted. To tell you much more of the plot would ruin your viewing experience, you'll just have to see for yourself how it all plays out.
Seceral comments: first and foremost, this is a very touching relationship drama that focuses mostly on the father-daughter, and to a lesser degree on Marina-Bella, and Marina-the engineer. Second, I have never seen Greece depicted in such a grim and gray manner. Surely it is no coincidence that this movie was made as the financial crisis and austerity measures have wrecked havoc (and continue to do so) on Greek society as a whole. Third, this movie confirms that there seems to be a nice pool of young talented writers/directors in Greece. Can't wait to see what director Athina Rachel Tsangari does next. Fourth, the movie uses to great effect several great French songs to underscore the plot, specifically with two Francoise Hardy songs: "Tous Les Garcons et Les Filles" (emphasizing Marina's loneliness) and later "Le Temps de l'Amour" (giving a glimmer of hope), just great. Last but not least, please do not be put off by the DVD jacket, with that stupid picture of Marina and Bella grasping their whatever (what was the US distributor thinking?? check out instead the original and far better movie poster, it's on the Wikipedia page for this movie). Meanwhile, if you are in the mood for a quality foreign movie that is miles away from your standard Hollywood fare, "Attenberg" is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
The movie is more of a shower then telling.
The director is a woman and a very delicate one. She knows how to experiment and in a good way.
The movie was both sexual and funny/ serious at the same time. What did I just said?
You just have to watch it. It's a mixed up feeling I guess.
Ariane Labed is living in a boring factory town with her roommate Evangelia Randou.
Her father is dying of cancer and she spends a lot of time with him too.
Her relationship with Evangelia is a strange one. They are not lovers but it is not just a friendship.
According to her, she is flirting around with all the men around her include her father.
One day she even asks her to have sex with her father since her father is dying and he haven't got laid for years.
She even accepts her suggestion.
The other thing is that two constantly do this strange step thing together outside which is more like a choreographed dancing like step. Really strange but fun to watch somehow.
It is so natural that I cannot complain the director that she is making this moment to just show the audience the newwaveish picture to look cool.
The thing about Ariane Labed is that she doesn't know anything about man till she meets this guy Yorgos Lanthimos (He acutally is a director who made the legendary Greeck movie DOGTOOTH).
The lauch was really strange.
She just becomes naked in front of him since she knew nothing about relationship with man.
But Yorgos was a really nice man and he dresses her back and just kisses her. He wanted to really befriend with her and make this relationship a good one and doesn't want to ruin this relationship till it really blooms.
He adjusts everything into her world.
He does this thing imitating bird wing flocking, monkey sound/behavior with her in his bed but no sex.
It was way later that they finally make love.
It was the time when her father dies when they finally achieve love making.
Ariane fulfulled her first relationship with man and the movie ends that way.
This movie is more of a post modern movie of some sort which is maybe arrived a little too late but still, it was fun to watch.
Ariane Laded was not a sexy woman but more of a lady next door and a pretty charming one to look at.
I think she deserves the next breakthrough.
We are not kids here
We are grown ups
Stop editing movies that should b seeing differently otherwise.