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Ver The Seasons in Quincy: Four Portraits of John Berger

The Seasons in Quincy: Four Portraits of John Berger is a movie starring John Berger, Ben Lerner, and Colin MacCabe. The Seasons in Quincy' is the result of a five-year project by Tilda Swinton, Colin MacCabe and Christopher Roth to...

Genres
Documentary, Biography
Director
Christopher Roth, Tilda Swinton, Bartek Dziadosz, Colin MacCabe
Starring
John Berger, Ben Lerner, Colin MacCabe, Christopher Roth

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Genres Documentary, Biography
Director Christopher Roth, Tilda Swinton, Bartek Dziadosz, Colin MacCabe
Writer Tilda Swinton, Ben Lerner
Stars John Berger, Ben Lerner, Colin MacCabe, Christopher Roth
Country UK
Also Known As Pory roku w Quincy: Cztery portrety Johna Bergera, The Seasons In Quincy: Four Portraits of John Berger, 昆西四季
Runtime 1 h 30 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 The Seasons in Quincy' is the result of a five-year project by Tilda Swinton, Colin MacCabe and Christopher Roth to produce a portrait of the intellectual and storyteller John Berger. It was produced by the Derek Jarman Lab, an audio-visual hub for graduate filmmaking based at Birkbeck, University of London, in collaboration with the composer Simon Fisher Turner.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 08 Apr 2020 01:00

My wife and I are both big fans of John Berger, and when I heard he was going to be making a documentary I was very excited. I had heard the negative comments and I felt that it would be unfair to do a documentary on one of the most influential figures of our time. It turns out that we were right. This film is more of a biography than a documentary. Berger is a polarizing figure, both because of his work as a writer and his controversial views. Some have said that his work was over the top, but I felt that his writings were often self-righteous and self-absorbed. He had a reputation for being a shallow and self-absorbed man, and I think that he was not able to keep his head above water in the face of the controversy that came with his work. This documentary takes a look at Berger's writing, and his life. The film is quite fascinating, and I think it does a very good job at making the viewer feel like they are a part of his life. It is very well edited, and the film is very well produced. The only problem with the film is that it does not give you a lot of background on John Berger. It gives you a brief synopsis, but it doesn't give you any background on his life, and I think that it is important for a film to do this. In addition, the film focuses on the literary and artistic side of Berger, which is fine, but it is not enough to make the film a great one. Overall, I thought that this film was well done and well worth watching. The only problem is that it does not give you a lot of background on John Berger. However, it is a great documentary, and I recommend it to anyone who is a fan of the man. I rate this film 7/10.
Saturday, 04 Apr 2020 05:08

One of the most interesting things about this film is the way it can make you think about your own life. It's quite a difficult topic to be addressed, but the film is done in a way that makes it easy to see how this is actually possible. I don't think that it is meant to be an argument against religion, I think it is meant to show the influence that it has on people. It is very interesting to see how much Berger's life was influenced by religion, and how much he loved his religion. He has a pretty interesting story about why he went to church, and how he got involved in politics. He also discusses how he has changed as an individual and what he believes about religion and the state of the world. He is very passionate about the importance of religion in his life, and how it has influenced him. I also like how this film doesn't show how much he hates religion. He doesn't go around saying that religion is bad, he just thinks that it is important for the individual to believe in something that is true. He also doesn't talk about how religion has influenced his life. I think that this is very important because it shows that he doesn't hate religion, but he also doesn't think it is important. It also shows that he does not have a problem with religion per se, but he has a problem with the influence that it has on his life. This is a very interesting film to watch because it shows the influence religion has on people. I recommend this film to people who want to see how a person's life is influenced by religion. This film is very interesting and it makes you think about the importance of religion.
Friday, 20 Mar 2020 08:10

The title of this documentary, "Four Portraits of John Berger," is a bit of a misnomer. John Berger is not a man who lives by his words, and his writings are mostly verbal. "Four Portraits" is not a documentary. The idea is to show a few of Berger's paintings, and to talk about his creative process, and his political philosophy. Berger's life is in no way about the paintings he has created. This is not a biography. This is a portrait of an artist, and a master of his craft. This is a portrait of a man who has lived a life of constant struggle, and who has often made his art as a means of expression for the great injustice he experienced in his childhood. I was impressed by this documentary, as it captured the essence of the man and his creative process. I was also impressed by the depth of his emotional responses to his art, and his humanistic philosophy. As an art critic, I find that a lot of the artistic work that people create is not a reflection of their own creative processes, but rather a reflection of their own experiences, and the challenges that they faced. This documentary is a fascinating and informative look at the man behind the paintings. For the most part, the interviewees, although their opinions are very diverse, are very honest and articulate. I was especially impressed by the way that the interviews were edited, and by the way that the images were used to help us understand the thoughts and feelings of the interviewees. The only minor criticism I have about this documentary is that some of the images were not very good. The images were great, and they captured the depth and beauty of the subjects, but some of the images were not very good. I was more impressed by the images than I was by the interviews, but still I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in the life and work of John Berger.


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