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Don't Blink - Robert Frank is a movie starring Robert Frank, Sid Kaplan, and June Leaf. Robert Frank revolutionized photography and independent film. He documented the Beats, Welsh coal miners, Peruvian Indians, The Stones, London...

Genres
History, Documentary, Biography
Director
Laura Israel
Starring
Sid Kaplan, Robert Frank, June Leaf, William S. Burroughs

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres History, Documentary, Biography
Director Laura Israel
Writer Laura Israel, Melinda Shopsin
Stars Sid Kaplan, Robert Frank, June Leaf, William S. Burroughs
Country Canada, France, USA
Also Known As Ära pilguta! Robert Frank, Don't Blink ロバート・フランクの写した時代, Robert Frank - Não Pestanejes, Robert Frank, la mirada de América, Nie mrugaj - Robert Frank
Runtime 1 h 22 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Robert Frank revolutionized photography and independent film. He documented the Beats, Welsh coal miners, Peruvian Indians, The Stones, London bankers, and the Americans. This is the bumpy ride, revealed with unblinking honesty by the reclusive artist himself.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 03:34

I watched this film for the first time last night. I enjoyed it immensely. For starters, it's very funny. It's definitely one of the funniest films I've ever seen. A lot of the jokes are in the second-to-last act. The first act is entertaining, but it just didn't do it for me. I thought the second act was really good, especially the battle between Berberians and Christians, but I was a bit disappointed in the second-to-last act. I felt like it was a little rushed. For me, I was waiting for it to be really funny. I felt like it was a little more than a little rush. There were a few things that I didn't really understand. I didn't really know the name of the guy who played the narrator. I didn't really know what the meaning of the "Crescent" sign was, but I thought that was a really cool symbol. I also didn't know the real story behind the film. I was really surprised to see that the director had a degree in mathematics, so I felt like the film really got into the whole fact that math is really important in life. It really got me thinking about that whole topic. I was also really impressed with the music. The music really fit the film. There are some great songs in this film that I recommend people to listen to. For example, the song "Hold On, We're Going Home" by Madonna. I think the soundtrack is one of the best I've ever seen. It really helps put the film together, and it's pretty catchy. It also helped me with some of the math concepts. For example, I could relate to the math that was behind the real story behind the film. I could also relate to the idea of the pope saying "we're going home" and then a line in the film that says "we're going home to the house of my mother." I thought it was pretty good. I also really liked the song "The Song," by 50 Cent. It's really catchy, and it just helps the film along. I also really liked the scene in the end of the film when the fight with the Berberians is happening. It was definitely a little rushed. I think they should have kept the last battle a little longer. It really could have been longer. In the end, I thought that the movie was pretty good. The story is interesting and the music really helps it along. I think that the movie is definitely worth a watch, especially for people who are into math, or even just math. If you haven't seen this film yet, I definitely recommend you to go out and rent it, or at least buy it. I think it's a great film.
Tuesday, 24 Mar 2020 09:48

The movie is a two hour documentary on the growth and growth of Hollywood, which is both a business and a passion for creativity and human expression. This is also a cautionary tale of how the corporations in control of the media are corrupting society. Director Robert Frank has assembled an incredibly diverse and impressive cast of musicians and actors, who are speaking in a variety of genres and geographical locations, most of them music stars, but also the "folk heroes" of their eras. They range from rock musicians to film star's, from writers to directors, from major league baseball players to popular jazz musicians. It is obvious that these musicians are passionate about what they do and what they represent, but also seem to be having a lot of fun with it. All of them are concerned about what they are doing and what they want to accomplish. Frank uses archival footage of these performers to show the creative process that goes into creating music for the stage. He also uses this footage to show how the music can be used for marketing purposes, to make money from the music, to be used for advertising. Frank does a great job of explaining the history of the music, the process that goes into creating a recording, the styles of music that are common to all genres, the art and craft of the musicians involved in the making of the recording, and the influence these musicians had on the formative years of their careers. The movie is quite informative, but not necessarily inspirational, and it is interesting that some of these musicians have gone on to make a lot of money and have become very successful and famous. Frank explains that these musicians are often motivated to do something even when it is not what they have dreamed of doing. For example, Jeff Buckley who was on the verge of becoming famous and touring the world after his death, went on to make a career as a film actor, a successful musical director, and a well-known movie star. The movie also shows how these musicians have gone on to create successful music for the stage, and how they have been influenced by the people who inspired them. As Frank points out, one of the most important things to understand is that these musicians are not just professional entertainers, but they are also people who love the art of making music. I highly recommend this film.


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