The Angel (1982) 720p YIFY Movie

The Angel (1982)

Faced with a steep, seemingly endless flight of stairs, a modern Sisyphus struggles to overcome the insurmountable obstacle. Palpable darkness refuses to grant access to the unfathomable mystery of the great beyond; life-giving light, on the other hand, is calling. And, against the backdrop of a distorted, Kafkaesque universe, an absolute rebellion occurs. However, invisible, unbreakable tethers keep the prisoner down forever. Is he a thief or a saint, a demon or an angel?

IMDB: 7.30 Likes

  • Genre: Animation | Fantasy
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 588.00M
  • Resolution: 986*720 / 25 fpsfps
  • Language: No linguistic content 2.0  
  • Run Time: 64
  • IMDB Rating: 7.3/10 
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The Synopsis for The Angel (1982) 720p

Faced with a steep, seemingly endless flight of stairs, a modern Sisyphus struggles to overcome the insurmountable obstacle. Palpable darkness refuses to grant access to the unfathomable mystery of the great beyond; life-giving light, on the other hand, is calling. And, against the backdrop of a distorted, Kafkaesque universe, an absolute rebellion occurs. However, invisible, unbreakable tethers keep the prisoner down forever. Is he a thief or a saint, a demon or an angel?


The Director and Players for The Angel (1982) 720p

[Director]Patrick Bokanowski
[Role:]Martine Couture
[Role:]Jean-Marie Bon
[Role:]Maurice Baquet


The Reviews for The Angel (1982) 720p


Curious, mysterious experimental filmReviewed byJeremy_UrquhartVote: 7/10

The Angel is an experimental film with a capital E, and with a few exclamation marks in there for added effect. An E(!!!)xperimental film, if you will.

It's strange enough that it's hard to even summarise. A figure seems to be continually walking up a huge flight of stairs, and along the way, he meets people (sort of?), or else other scenes featuring other people play out from time to time.

You can read into it what you want, or just take it as a unique, unnerving experience. In that latter way, it works well, and is more engaging than most experimental movies (even if you're like me and don't know what to make of it most of the time).

The music and sound design is really effective, and the visuals are great, especially in the film's final scenes. I might have 2001: A Space Odyssey in the mind after seeing it again last night, but The Angel feels a bit like an hour-long version of that film's final 15-20 minutes. Lots of striking imagery that's hard to define it even comprehend.

All in all, The Angel was a challenging watch, but a mostly solid one.

beautifully-filmed avant-garde cinemaReviewed byrealreelVote: 10/10

What do Jean Cocteau, Luis Bunuel, Man Ray, Sergei Eisenstein, Mary Ellen Bute, Slavko Vorkapich and Joseph Cornell have in common? If you're familiar with all of them, you probably are or were in film studies. They're all early experimental film makers. If you think that you enjoy "art house" flicks because you've caught a Truffaut or Fellini film once or twice, wait until you get a load of the work of these artists. At its most extreme, we're talking... no narrative... no characters... no semblance of rhyme or reason whatsoever. We're talking MOOD. We're talking VISUAL POETRY. And, yeah... we're talking PRETENTIOUS. But who gives a damn? If there's a place for "Santa with Muscles," there's a place for pretentious, too. [Actually... scratch that. If there's a place for John Murlowski/Hulk Hogan movies, it's the trash.]

If you're not familiar with any of the aforementioned directors, I'd probably say that the closest thing you've seen to the dazzling cinematography of "L'Ange" would be the dream sequences of David Lynch's "Twin Peaks" or Tarsem Singh's "The Cell." If you haven't seen either of those movies... I honestly don't know what to tell you. Many directors, in fact, employ Bokanowski's techniques as devices in their films. The main differences are... first... they didn't start using them in 1982. In fact, it's taken them the better part of twenty years to catch up with him. Second, they don't make whole films that way. Whole films of eerie avant-garde images don't sell at the box office. Hollywood hasn't financed experimental cinema in over sixty years; if you really think that Lynch and Scorsese's films are daring... well... that's you.

"L'Ange" is a wonderful film. Simply put. See it yourself. There's no reason to describe what's in it, because everyone must have a different experience of this film, even if that includes sleeping, walking out, screaming or falling into a hypnotically-induced torpor. Patrick Borkanowski is not an important director... he's an important artist. In "The Critic as Artist," Wilde said, "Mere colour, unspoiled by meaning, and unallied with definite form, can speak to the soul in a thousand different ways." I'm not sure exactly in which way "L'Ange" spoke to me, but I can tell you this: This is a creepy little peace of heaven.

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