La question humaine

La question humaine

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DVD - 2008 | French
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A psychologist working for a large corporation discovers a startling link between big business and Nazism.

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aqiva
Feb 15, 2012

The English language sub-titles, while lower case, are very large, clear and easy-to-read.

re: the movie itself..I fell asleep two nights in a row watching this and haven't seen the ending yet. It has some very curious scenes, though..as if director Klotz couldn't quite decide what to focus his energies on...The 'rave' scenes are disturbing and ill-defined, but perhaps that what he sought. ..There is an interconnected scene of a man singing, poetry, in Spanish, a cappella (unaccompanied by instruments) to people seated at a table, that is fascinating, and, for American audiences, very very unusual, something we'd be very unlikely to hear, see or experience first-hand in the US or Canada....That man's so-poetically mournful singing is followed by an elderly man, same locale, also singing, of the pains and angst of love, this man accompanied by flamenco-like guitarists. If someone can stay awake through the whole film (which includes a never ending parade of characters smoking cigs like mad), they might find it a worthwhile watch. For this film lover, it helped bring on a nice zzzzzzzzzzzz two consecutive nights. There's something to be said for a movie (or book) that leads to a sudden good sleep.

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