The King Is Alive (2000)

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  1. llanes13

    llanes13 Guest



    Title:The King Is Alive (Dogme #4)
    Year: 2000
    Genre: Drama
    Directed: Kristian Levring
    Language: English (Eng subtitles included)
    CDs: 1
    Parts: 8

    A original and quite disturbing look at human psychology in a terrene rather different from what we are used to. It is rare that one can go ahead and call a film genius but in this instance it is not difficult. I have never seen a film which in such a simple manor built very strong character development, but this is what leads me to the location. Simple, visually stunning and to think about there seclusion from reality leaves you with only them. Which is why they are developed so well. They are raw and real to life each going through there own trials and tribulations.

    The basis story is while a bus is driving through the desert with tourists, it takes a very inconvenient wrong turn. they end up deep in the desert. Watching them fall deep into hell if fascinating. The conclusion to this film is extremely powerful and without any doubt will stay memorable for a long time. Seeing how powerful the desert is against us is excellent and seeing King Lear being recited within is quite unbelievable. In conclusion the deserts power and symbolism which was taken for granted is more powerful than our education and lifestyles.Kristian Levring directed this project fantastically and even though Dogme95' ended around 6 years ago I would like to see him take more stylistic choices.

    Duration: 1:45
    Format: XVID
    Quality: DVDRip
    Video: DivX 5 576x432 23.98fps
    Audio: MPEG Audio Layer 3 44100Hz stereo 117Kbps
    Size: 701 MB

  2. aramrm

    aramrm New Member

    Mar 13, 2012
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    Cool man. Thanks a lot.
  3. my tommy

    my tommy Guest

    do you have a hd or 760p link for this movie ?
    plzzzzzzzzz ..

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