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Post by JediMoonShyne » Sat Jun 28, 2014 3:06 am

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When a robbery goes wrong the only survivor tries to smuggle himself across the border by hiding in a coffin. When he gets out of the coffin he finds himself locked in a morgue freezer with three dead bodies. While trying to escape the morgue and his isolation he slowly starts going mad and hallucinating. Throughout the film he is haunted or menaced by a woman who may or may not be real.
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Post by snapper » Sat Jun 28, 2014 3:14 am

oh hellllll yes
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Post by snapper » Mon Jun 30, 2014 9:32 am

am i actually the only one that wants to do this

its short as. LOOK AT IT
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Post by JediMoonShyne » Mon Jun 30, 2014 9:46 am

Haha.

I think this might be a lost cause. :(
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Post by snapper » Mon Jun 30, 2014 11:03 am

Well, I'm going to watch it.

Why is everyone leaving/not posting

is this the end of us
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Post by takeshi » Mon Jun 30, 2014 11:53 am

I'll do it.

Just because your presentation is sooooo spot on.
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Post by Shieldmaiden » Wed Jul 02, 2014 7:07 pm

I'll watch this, too.
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Post by charulata » Wed Jul 02, 2014 7:13 pm

I will as well. I've wanted to get back to these forever and actually have time this week.
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charulata wrote:I will as well. I've wanted to get back to these forever and actually have time this week.
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Post by charulata » Wed Jul 02, 2014 7:48 pm

yeah, both :)
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Post by JediMoonShyne » Thu Jul 03, 2014 6:40 pm

Too much general ISOLATION, it seems!
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Post by Shieldmaiden » Sun Jul 06, 2014 6:25 pm

Was there any sort of date (or range of dates) associated with this? Because I watched it.
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Such a weird movie! Everything about it was a little off – the lighthearted laughter of the first scene, the noirish heist, the odd sci-fi soundtrack at that one point in the middle, the wacky metaphysics of his internal monologue, and, of course, the vampire/destiny chick. It seemed so harshly moral, too, like a Don't Drink and Drive video for highschoolers. (Don't Steal to Support Your Woman!) Until close to the end, it was decently entertaining, but I agree with this guy:
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Post by JediMoonShyne » Sun Jul 06, 2014 7:15 pm

:D

I saw that, too!
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Post by snapper » Sun Jul 06, 2014 8:17 pm

I thought it was for next weekend - I'm def gonna watch it!
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Post by JediMoonShyne » Mon Jul 07, 2014 12:17 pm

Shieldmaiden wrote:Such a weird movie! Everything about it was a little off – the lighthearted laughter of the first scene, the noirish heist, the odd sci-fi soundtrack at that one point in the middle, the wacky metaphysics of his internal monologue, and, of course, the vampire/destiny chick. It seemed so harshly moral, too, like a Don't Drink and Drive video for highschoolers. (Don't Steal to Support Your Woman!)
Oddly moral, I thought, for a film of this kind! But yes, everything is a little unsettling, right up to the awkward crossover stuff: the existentialist inner monologue of noir, botched crime of a heist movie, and of course all the horror motifs that appear throughout. Also, something Gothic? And am I the only one that noticed some Elevator to the Gallows referencing, too? Mocking, perhaps? By far the best part of the film is the whole coffin/refrigerator sequence; particularly the latter, during which the feeling of confinement and claustrophobia is somehow more effective.
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Post by JediMoonShyne » Mon Jul 07, 2014 12:21 pm

More words:

While Passport for a Corpse is ideologically (and emotionally) close to the wellspring of noir, it is only from time to time visually comparable to its mother genre. Gariazzo doesn't use his black and white camera for much fancy (and thematically fitting) shadow play or any of the other visual extravagances that noir cinema used to step away from naturalism and to show its characters' inner turmoil on screen. Gariazzo's visual style is relatively static. The camera never puts itself actively into the viewer's consciousness, but it is this minimal and underplayed aspect of the film that is especially important in demonstrating that Maurice/Marco is caught in a trap even before he and his friends are setting their plan into motion. The camera always stays close to Marco, caging him in the minimalist (or cheap) interior sets from the very beginning. His ordeal in the coffin and the morgue are only an escalation of a situation that must have started before the viewers have laid eyes on him. Even the (decidedly non-staged) natural locations give no respite from claustrophobia. Nature is a cage build of mountains and a whiteness of snow that crushes visibility and hope. It doesn't come as a surprise in a film like this that the acting and dialogue/internal monologue tend a bit to the melodramatic side. One could argue that the acting is decidedly fake, but I don't think "realism" is one of Gariazzo's goals here. Lupo and Chanel's rather exalted performances are not meant to portray psychologically deep characters, but to intensify the thematic pressure on the film's audience. This is not a film about people, but a film about concepts like desperation and futility, and Gariazzo is making damn sure that even the slower members of the audience will realize it. And if the acting and the dialogue still aren't enough to achieve that goal, you can always hit your audience over the head with a walking, mockingly laughing metaphor. This sledgehammer quality of the film is at once its biggest strength (this certainly is a film that knows what it wants) and its biggest weakness. I found Passport for a Corpse's complete lack of subtlety quite distancing on an emotional level - which I don't think is what Gariazzo was going for -, but was still able to appreciate the film on the level of craft. There's something to be said for the film's power of hysterical negativity.

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It begins like countless crimes; a group of men sitting around a table illuminated by a single, hot bulb. Outside of their small congregation is pure darkness. They’ve been studying the plans laid out on the table for some time now. You almost choke on the air, thick with smoke trailing up from each of the four men’s cigarettes. The next day, in the blaring sunlight, these men embark on a payroll heist---a blizzard of smoke bombs and gunfire. Time has elapsed, and we see the men’s car now only contains one at the steering wheel (his name is Marco), another bleeding to death in the back seat, and a satchel of cash. The man in the back gasps for air and dies. Marco sees a strangely familiar woman near his hotel room, the same woman he had glimpsed in a park before this nightmarish business began. Back in his room, he informs his wife that he is a wanted man. They make a hasty plan to separately cross the Italian border and meet up in a French café. This is where the film takes a detour from the typical crime story and becomes something darker. Something noir. Hiking through the snow-covered mountains towards the border, Marco eyes a hearse being held over at the checkpoint. While the coffin is under inspection inside the station, Marco removes the corpse, lays the money in the coffin, and seals himself in for a ride. It may have been a ticket to freedom, but the hearse is forced to return to Italy because of some missing paperwork. Marco is deposited in a frozen morgue for the night, alongside the stiff bodies of his partners in crime. His voiceover narration sounds increasingly frenzied, and rightfully so: he’s learning what it’s like to be dead. Burning small piles of money ("Better poor than dead," he says to himself) to keep his hands from freezing, he manages to open the locked door with a makeshift explosive made from his stash of bullets. He wanders into the night like a resurrected corpse. Driving a stolen car, he sees that mysterious, beckoning woman---the same woman that has been following him throughout this crazy ordeal---in the middle of a desolate stretch of road. It’s the last thing he sees before pulling over and falling asleep at the wheel. In the blinding light of day, Marco stumbles deliriously through bleach-white snow. “I don’t know how to pray, but God forgive me,” he intones. The bag full of money becomes a meaningless burden. Another small figure in this endless landscape emerges, slowly walking closer and closer to Marco. It is the woman. She spreads out her hooded cloak and envelopes the screen in black. The economically plotted screenplay is credited to Glen Arenos and Carl Ferrero, with scenario and direction by first-timer Mario Gariazzo (The Bloody Hands of the Law, Play Motel). Its central concept, that of a man smuggling himself in a coffin, is irresistibly squirm inducing. The film's morbid and nightmarish imagery, and its downright condemning tone, make this one a unique ride, a rare combination of horror and noir. The final, icy, scene of divine justice reaches a crescendo with Marcello Giombini's score---a driving, spaghetti western-esque, mix of angelic chorus, organ, xylophone, and electronic stings---mixing with Marco's pleas to God. It's a wonderfully satisfying conclusion.

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Post by Shieldmaiden » Mon Jul 07, 2014 12:26 pm

JediMoonShyne wrote:By far the best part of the film is the whole coffin/refrigerator sequence; particularly the latter, during which the feeling of confinement and claustrophobia is somehow more effective.
Oh, yeah, that part was really intense and claustrophobic. Poor guy, burning his money. Too bad he didn't have something wooden to burn... something like a big box, for example. :D
While Passport for a Corpse is ideologically (and emotionally) close to the wellspring of noir, it is only from time to time visually comparable to its mother genre.
That scene in the darkened room against the lighted window, though. It was like a neon sign (or an homage) saying "This is a noir!"
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Post by JediMoonShyne » Mon Jul 07, 2014 12:30 pm

Shieldmaiden wrote:Too bad he didn't have something wooden to burn... something like a big box, for example. :D
Haha. :D
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Post by snapper » Tue Jul 15, 2014 8:29 am

Never wrote about this! I liked it, actually, a fair amount. I think it really, really flounders when it tries to get all metaphysical at the very beginning and the very end, especially since it's so Italian with the whole "death must be una bella donna!" thing and I don't think any of that stuff is very clearly explained, but luckily the majority of it is one seriously effective thriller setpiece that has a scope that kind of belies what seems like a slim narrative and B-film production (this film has a BUNCH of locations). Scene in the freezing morgue is terrific. Idk, it's lean, mean and aggressive and quite spare and economical and I like that.

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Post by snapper » Wed Jul 16, 2014 9:24 am

shield? i have something i could line up for #10 but rightfully it should be your turn
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Post by Shieldmaiden » Sat Jul 19, 2014 2:01 pm

I'll do this, but I need a little time, if that's OK. I'll have something up by next weekend for sure.
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Post by snapper » Sat Jul 19, 2014 7:50 pm

sweet :D
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Post by JediMoonShyne » Tue Jul 22, 2014 10:47 pm

snapper wrote:"death must be una bella donna!"
Correct grammar and everything. I'm impressed!
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Post by snapper » Wed Jul 23, 2014 4:58 am

ayyy i did french for 3 years so
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Post by Shieldmaiden » Sat Jul 26, 2014 8:15 pm

OK, I honestly can't recall how either of these ended up on my list, but
I can't find any trace of them around here. So, please help me decide:
Hungary or Kazakhstan?

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Post by snapper » Sat Jul 26, 2014 9:16 pm

kazakhstannn
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