A Trip to the City Trailer

A Trip to the City Trailer (2003)

"Wit, Guts, Rhythm, Balance, Empathy" 05 May 2003 19 mins

'A Trip to the City': it's a little gem. It is witty, it has guts, it has rhythm, it is perfectly balanced: it is making the case like a demonstration at the blackboard; nothing is missing, nothing is superfluous, the perfect demonstration. And above all, you feel the empathy the director has for these petty people with petty lives, the immense pleasure he has in discovering their humanity in anything they're saying or doing.

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Romania 05 May 2003

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