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  • In a fascinating departure from the austere moral drama in which he specialized, D.W. Griffith demonstrates his talent for warm-hearted comedy with "Sally of the Sawdust." Fresh from the Ziegfeld Follies, W.C. Fields made his second screen appearance as Professor Eustace McGargle in a rare silent screen role showcasing the comic juggling and dry wit that would make him a legend.
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David J. Thor
(1/5)
another disappointing role for Denzel Washington
11/13/20
ixta_coyotl
(1/5)
I really wanted to enjoy this movie, as I found Paranjanov's Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors to be fascinatingly otherworldly. I also wanted to expand the internationality of my film collection by adding an Armenian film. I was also interested in learning something about Armenia and the Armenian people. If you have similar interests, do yourself a favor and look elsewhere. I knew this was an "art" film, and I tried desperately to keep an open mind, however I could not stomach watching this without the aid...
10/20/20
D. Schulz
(5/5)
Exactly as described. Would buy again.
10/09/20
Simon Simonian
(5/5)
Arguably the best movie with images in cinematography, Parajanov's "The Color of a Pomegranate" depicts inner life and spiritual quest of Haroutyun Sayadian known as Sayat Nova, Armenian ashough (troubadour). Parajanov takes us through the set of images from Armenian everyday life: wedding at the church, lamb sacrifice, bath house, where a child begins his discovery of the female body... Like enriched colors on a canvas, Sayat Nova's life is presented in images from his childhood work as an apprentice to...
10/05/20
PARAJANOV.com
(5/5)
1 of the Greatest Films Ever Made, "COLOR OF POMEGRANATE - SAYAT NOVA", appears on endless lists of Top 100 most important films of all time -- and is considered a masterpiece by filmmakers, film professors, film critics, film students, film historians and film legends such as Fellini, Godard and Antonioni. Therefore, the comments by incompetent reviewers, matter not!\nIssue of animal cruelty is nonsense and only demonstrates the reviewer's illiteracy. Comprehensive review of Parajanov's COLOR OF POMEGRA...
07/15/20
PARAJANOV.com
(5/5)
1 of the Greatest Films Ever Made, COLOR OF POMEGRANATE - SAYAT NOVA, appears on endless lists of Top 100 most important films of all time -- and is considered a masterpiece by filmmakers, film professors, film critics, film students, film historians and film legends such as Fellini, Godard and Antonioni. Therefore, the reviews by incompetent users, like the preceding one, matter not!\nIssue of animal cruelty is nonsense and only demonstrates the reviewer's illiteracy. Comprehensive review of Parajanov's...
07/07/20
David Watts (davew@wattstrainshop.com)
(5/5)
Quality of the DVD; The picture quality was great, and was taken from an obviously well restored print. Sound was excellent as well, (although this is a silent movie). I have seen very good silent movies with terrible sound tracks of ill fitting music, but with this movie they used the original sheet music that was made for it, with delightful results. This is a silent movie, but if you are a Fields fan, you will not want to miss this one. The movie captures the essence of all of Fields' future movies, u...
05/19/20
Roxie,Sebring,FL
(5/5)
Great movie!
05/18/20
Marvin Bluth
(1/5)
I first saw this film on a PBS Show. It was incredible. I could not believe how beautiful, and poetic, it was.\nThen I saw it in a revival theater here in Los Angeles, and again, I was overwhelmed at the power of this film.\nFinally, my dream is realized, and I buy the DVD,,,,,\nOMIGOD!\nThe people who did the transfer of this film to DVD, should be barred from ever working in any way again on any art project.\nThey have absolutely no clue, what they are doing.\nThe source of the DVD seemed to be an old ...
04/14/20
Melissa Dawn Claunch
(5/5)
great 90s flick
03/31/20
c.joanpistoria
(1/5)
I was very disappointed in this dvd. I'm sorry I ordered it.
12/24/19
Andy Rubio
(5/5)
The Color of Pomegranates is one of the most beautiful films ever made, but Kino Video's now legendary poor DVD transfers mean that all of the colours merge into a slushy brown. there is heavy pixellation, too, another sign that the transfer was hurried and done cheaply. It is almost immoral that they should have the rights to release this film but it seems that they are not capable of taking this responsibility seriously. I love DVDs, but this makes me want to cry - not because I wasted my money (which ...
08/09/19