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Film Review - Endless Poetry


Writer/director Alejandro Jodorowsky took a break from filmmaking after 1990’s “The Rainbow Thief,” or perhaps filmmaking asked for a breather. While never a prolific helmer, Jodorowsky’s absence was noted, making his return to screens with 2013’s “The Dance of Reality” all the more special. Going the autobiographical route, Jodorowsky distorted and amplified his life and times, emerging with another, slightly less extreme offering of surrealism that triumphantly reinstated his creative authority. Interested in scratching the same itch, Jodorowsky returns to his story with “Endless Poetry,” a continuation of “The Dance of Reality,” charting his maturity and artistic awakening, revisiting the point of impact when childhood melts away and more adult pursuits begin to take command. Sustaining the mood, Jodorowsky once again bathes the feature in oddity, personal expression, and grotesqueries, making this second chapter as captivating as the first.  Read the rest at


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