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Download Black Moon Full Movie | Black Moon Full Movie High Quality Part

Posted on: March 15, 2013

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Genres: Fantasy , Sci-Fi
Actors: Cathryn Harrison , Therese Giehse , Alexandra Stewart , Joe Dallesandro
Director: Louis Malle
Country: France, West Germany
Year: 1975
IMDB Rating: 6.3/10 (1933 votes)

There is a war in the world between the men and the women. A young girl tries to escape this reality and comes to a hidden place where a strange unicorn lives with a family: Sister, Brother, many children and an old woman that never leaves her bed but stays in contact with the world through her radio. Since the content of this picture is not as important as the pictures and allegories, the simple plot can not be described further.

Film Review

Another Louis Malle film that's not much like any other Louie Malle film. A kind of Carroll-esque dreamworld where a young lady flees from a literal war of the sexes and takes refuge in a farmhouse with three strange inhabitants, a flock of naked children and numerous animals. The movie is light on dialogue (the most significant conversation includes a unicorn) but heavy on surrealist, symbolic imagery. And it's a big borefest. I have no objection to non-narrative films, but something has to hook me. Otherwise it's like someone describing his dreams to you — dreadfully dull. The few intriguing elements of the film aren't even worth mentioning, the rest is an exercise in sexually-charged non sequitur. The photography by Sven Nykvist is nice, too bad it's not in the service of more engaging (or less annoying) material.

Working late hours sometimes can provide a movie buff with unexpected rewards: for example, getting off at 11:00 PM means getting home in time to fix a cup of hot chocolate in hopes of an early visit to Dreamland. Or it can mean being comfortably wide-awake, and stumbling across a rarely-seen film gem by Louis Malle. Or getting to view a rarely-seen cinematic conundrum also created by Louis Malle.That would be "Black Moon," made in 1975 and featuring Joe Dallesandro and Cathryn Harrison, grand-daughter of Rex Harrison, and a gaggle of naked children running wild with a large white pig. And a talking unicorn. And a manor house where something is always cooking.Without a doubt, Malle's "Black Moon" is one strange and beautiful movie concoction. Labelling it as futuristic is entirely inappropriate, as it is set in modern ( but pre-Internet ) times. Released in September of 1975, the film takes place in the French countryside, and begins with a young woman racing a…

OK, now this has got to be one of the weirdest movies I have ever seen.Bottom line: there is NO storyline at all. The movie starts with a young woman fleeing from soldiers who apparently want her dead. So far so good you might think. Well, maybe not for that poor girl, but at least you start identifying with her and you still have the idea that this will lead somewhere and that eventually, you will be granted complete and total illumination. Trust me, you will not. She ends up in a farmhouse and from this point on, things get quite fuzzy for my brain. You probably should be under the influence of some kind of substance to make any sense of it all: all figures other than the young woman seem to appear and disappear at random. Animals can talk (if you take LSD they might), twisted acts are being performed and there's an annoying old lady who must have escaped from a nut-house.If you try, you probably can attach a deep meaning to what you are seeing, but as for me, I just can't…

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