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daisies - Ryan Rabin Daisies In what is regarded as Vera...

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Ryan Rabin Daisies In what is regarded as Vera Chytilova’s 1960’s masterpiece, Daisies brings us in interesting and aggravating sequence of two characters lost inside a broken down and implausible universe. Nothing seems connected between scenes, other than the fact that one of the Marie’s continually throws a flower headdress, which usually takes the two main characters to a new place. Of course I think we are meant to make certain connections with the themes placed before us by the women’s actions. However, to someone like myself that has no idea what kind of film he/she is about to watch, the complete fantasy world that is created with a montage of continuous edits, syncopated music used as sound effects, and some stop motion camera techniques can be very disorienting and frustrating. Once I got used to the general style and progression the film was making, I could not help but be further distracted and annoyed at the incredible gluttonous eating habits of the two Maries. Of course this too was purposeful and obviously one of the major themes
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