Weird movie by Louis Malle, Which was filmed at Malle's own Manor, withJoeDallesandro acting in his first (and only), non speaking role, Playing thebrother of a twin sister. The film starts off with a girl, played byCathrynHarrisson (Actor Rex Harrison's granddaughter, who was only 16), drivinginher car in the dark and runs over some kind of beaver or something, laterondown the road she encounters a road-block, put up by men with army suitsandgas masks. The men in masks with machine guns mow down about 6 women inplain view of her. One of the guys in the masks starts approaching hercar,she's dressed like a guy with a hat and her long hair tucked underneathit.The guy in the mask pulls off her hat and her long blonde hair streamsout,alarmed, she suddenly pins the gas and gets away. Later she encountersmen in more masks killing more women, and things get even weirder fromhere.Almost too weird. The movie no doubt, has a very surreal tone to it, veryALICE IN WONDERLAND. Trying to comprehend what really this movie is aboutisimpossible. Only Louis Malle knows what king of message this movie wasintended to give. And that just suits me just fine, because I find theimagery of the different scenes and various characters keep me occupiedthrough-out the film, and interpretations are mixed with each time I watchit.
Black Moon (1975) 1080p YIFY Movie
Black Moon (1975) 1080p
To escape a gender war, a girl flees to a remote farmhouse and becomes part of an extensive family's unusual, perhaps even supernatural, lifestyle.
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The Synopsis for Black Moon (1975) 1080p
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.
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The Reviews for Black Moon (1975) 1080p
Reviewed bymark czuba ([email protected])Vote: /10
This movie is one of a kind. It was so weird I couldn't stop watching it. If you like strange and unusual movies like I do, then watch this one. You won't be disappointed. I've seen it 3 times so far and I still never ever get bored with it. I can only imagine what the writer was smoking when he wrote this story. It's one of those movies that stays with you forever. It makes no sense whatsoever, but, you can't stop watching it. For those of you who have never heard of it or seen it, you should definitely give it a whirl. You might have to watch it 2 or 3 times like I did, to try and understand what the hell is going on. Good luck and enjoy.
Liking or disliking this film appears roughly to be about a 50/50 split. In order to write a review that might add something useful to the many already written, I will try to point out some elements that could affect your enjoyment of this movie thereby helping you decide if you want to spend the time watching it, to wit:
First off, it's not sci-fi. It is a fetishistic, pseudo-erotic fantasy that will not be particularly arousing to most people in the mainstream. There were several scenes that collectively made me decide to take "Uncle Louis" (Louis Malle, the director) off of my "A" list of babysitters.
Secondly, while there are a few vague similarities to Charles L. Dodgson's (Lewis Carroll) "Alice in Wonderland", this thing is not even close. Dodgson's masterpiece combination of comically bizarre characters, charmingly absurd situations, wildly imaginative scenery and brilliantly logical dialogue remains both treasured and unmatched in all of history's known literature. On the other hand, this muddled romp through Louis Malle's rather...er..."peculiar" mind has all of the charm of a full-for-5-days, fish offal bin, on a hot August afternoon.
The reviews that allude to this film being allegorical and/or composed of a parable(s) and/or containing deep "messages" regarding war, social inequity, animal rights, etc., etc., ad nauseum must have Malle rolling on the floor, laughing hysterically. A more realistic interpretation is that Malle decided to knit together a bunch of idiotic scenarios that had formed in his head while he was thinking about the silly and/or contentious issues of the day (radical feminism, the Vietnam war, etc.) mixed with the black sludge contents of his own psyche. The end result being "Black Moon". The point is that there is no point to this movie and it is likely deliberate!
So, if you like watching films that are well-produced, well-photographed, artless euro- bourgeois, jumbled stream-of-consciousness, incoherent, pseudo-socially mindful, plot- free, products of Louis Malle's contemporary (to 1975) musings and possible masturbatory fantasies, then "Black Moon" is for you! Otherwise you might want to consider a good action-thriller and a tub of buttered popcorn (you'll have waaaaay more fun)!
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