1996, dir. Baz Lurhmann. Teen Suicide, murder, drugs, rioting and family feuds. Luhrmann, one of today's most innovative filmmakers (Strictly Ballroom), has created a dazzling world full of fantastic elements to retell the story of literature's most starcrossed lovers. Luhrmann's incredible vision of Shakespeare's classic is set in a hypercreated city where people drive cars, shoot guns, and speak Elizabethan English in a contemporary American voice. Heading the cast are two of today's most talented actors: Leonardo DiCaprio as Romeo and Claire Danes as Juliet.
1996, French documentary filmmakers Claude Nuridsany and Marie Perennou portray a day in the life of the bugs who inhabit a French field. Real photography, not animation. The dramatic content is surprisingly riveting.
1996, dir. Neil Jordan. Ireland, 1916--His dreams inspired hope. Michael Collins (Liam Neeson) was an Irish revolutionary who courageously fought to free Ireland from the clutches of British rule. When he failed to find a political solution, he had to resort to other means. Also stars Julia Roberts, Stephen Rea and Aida Quinn.
THE TESTAMENT OF ORPHEUS
These are the first and last films of Jean Cocteau who belonged to the vanguard of Surrealism. He acts in both films. Blood of the Poet is a psychomythic visual poem. The Testament of Orpheus is a fable replete with personal symbols which attempt to suggest the relationships among poetry, myth, death, and the unconscious mind.
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