The main problem is the directing style which sometimes seems to slow down just because, not that a situation couldn't be done any faster.
There are scenes where camera finds it target and just stays with it almost to the point of dozing off, just because it can.
The square was meant to serve as Moscow's main marketplace.It was also the site of various public ceremonies and proclamations, and occasionally a coronation for Russia's Tsars would take place.His next show is "The Square", an installation which invites passersby to altruism, reminding them of their role as responsible fellow human beings.But sometimes, it is difficult to live up to your own ideals: Christian's foolish response to the theft of his phone drags him into shameful situations.For example, We want the art to mean something and touch us deeply, but don't like to invest ourselves and open up for it; we want to express ourselves freely but can't necessarily tolerate others also doing this; we want power but we don't like responsibilities, etc etc.
Yes, the approach is rather artsy but the movie is still pretty mainstream friendly, thanks to all the "comedy".
I can't say I understood the meaning of the major setpiece of performance artist attacking" a fancy gala party, but I loved it (the poster shows him too).
He's like an uncanny mix of Bruce Lee and monkey man!
Comfort zones govern our lives we create them for personal use and on every level of human society but in order to reach new grounds, we need to leave them.
And if the zones end or vanish for some reason, the life as we have known it can break down quite easily.
When slaughterhouse workers Endre and Mária discover they share the same dreams - where they meet in a forest as deer and fall in love - they decide to make their dreams come true but it's difficult in real life.