The Most Beautiful Film I Have Ever Seen. Ever.

Tarsem Singh’s The Fall took four years to film in 28 countries, and it is a sumptuous feast that blends our most treasured iconic images and landscapes with an epic tale gone terribly awry. Tarsem’s masterpiece is a love letter to the power of imagination that reaches into our collective visual memories and pays homage to the majestic gifts of 120 years of great cinema and millennia of storytelling.

For folks in Columbia, it’s at the Nick now. Don’t miss it. And for the record, Tarsem claims that there is not a single computer-generated effect in this film. I believe him. Simply miraculous.

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~ by ericplaag on July 19, 2008.

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