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Jodorowsky's Dune

2014
Documentary
1h 30m
Shot in France, England, Switzerland and the United States, this documentary covers director Alejandro Jodorowsky (El Topo, Holy Mountain, Santa Sangre) and his 1974 Quixotic attempt to adapt the seminal sci-fi novel Dune into a feature film. (quinzaine-realisateurs.com)
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Jodorowsky's Dune

2014
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1h 30m
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Rated 09 Apr 2016
78
82nd
Nicolas Winding Refn is only in this movie to personally taunt me. "Haha kojIless (if zat is eefen your reel name). I'fe zeen Yoderowskee's screenplay, and I could make zee movie anytime, but I won't...because I can. Mwahahahaha!" Why I hear that in Werner Herzog's voice is my problem, and my problem alone.
Rated 13 Oct 2014
90
97th
A treasure. Jodorowsky's enthusiasm is infectious and everything about his vision of Dune sounds fascinating. Hearing about the almost-creation of a real-life League of Extraordinary (Artistic) Gentlemen and how their collaboration might have changed the world of film made me giddy as hell. As someone who really wants to do something creative and yet is too demotivated to get anything done, the final minutes really hit home on a personal level.
Rated 19 Oct 2015
80
86th
A wonderfully passionate look at a movie, that would never in a million years have been able to live up to the insane ambitions of Jodorowsky. But... Just listening to this amazing tale of the projects artistic gravitational pull and the unfulfilled potential, is enough to make you wish it was made, even if it most likely would have been a horrible mess.
Rated 10 Jan 2015
9
5th
"This was supposed to be the BEST movie ever made, with the BEST music of its time, with the BEST design and the BEST camera work possible, but we weren't able to do it in the end because Hollywood is the WORST." Honestly, I really don't find listening to people trying to justify the importance of a work (we will never see) for an hour and a half worth my time. This isn't art, this is ego inflation.
Rated 17 Jul 2014
97
98th
Fantastic look at the most interesting/bizarre/influential movie never made. I feel like I could watch Jodorowsky explain his movie for 24 hours straight and not get bored and feel like I'd seen it as if it was a proper movie, he's that charismatic. The way the movie's described if even 50% of what they tried to do got into a movie in '75 it might have been the best sci-fi movie ever. As it stands it's a fascinating relic that's inspired a ton of movies since. Check this out.
Rated 19 Jun 2014
70
65th
The team Jodorowsky assembles is awe-inspiring, and while I have my doubts about the validity of many of the statements in this doc, Jodorowsky delivers enthusiasm in spades, and - most importantly - the film makes you really want to see his ambitious, never realized adaptation of Herbert's superb novel.
Rated 28 Feb 2015
85
88th
Jodorowsky has a contagious mix of eccentricity and charm that is sure to inspire long after the movie has ended, and even if he's not your cup of tea, the would-be crew of this mad project is quite mouthwatering. The gravity of Hollywood reality is an obvious and sad way that the story is cut short, but this documentary remains an infectious motivational speech to anyone who's interested in movies, art, religion, anything really.
Rated 07 Jul 2014
37
34th
For a film about the brilliance of unencumbered madness, it sure is by-the-numbers.
Rated 22 Aug 2014
89
95th
Jodorowsky was insane! He was telling a 40 years old project like it happens some days ago! Jodorowsky's projects are like his persona. Fireworks. Like never realised adaptation of Dune.
Rated 21 Apr 2014
43
28th
Lots of ambitious projects have been shelved, by people more and less talented than Jodorowsky. I don't buy any of these claims to greatness, based solely on the enthusiasm of an in-crowd and some unexpressive storyboards. After all, have you noticed how thin his realized films are?
Rated 14 Dec 2014
90
94th
Jodorowsky's artistic passion alone would make this a great documentary even if the unrealised Dune movie wasn't interesting. But it is. Very interesting.
Rated 23 Sep 2014
87
81st
As a documentary its not very special, but Jodorowsky's ambition is infectious and its so impressive to see that the unfinished Dune was the godfather of iconic sci-fi movies
Rated 13 Mar 2016
76
69th
Surprisingly uplifting tribute to the crazy potential of human mind to dream big & constantly rejuvenate itself. Jodorowsky's vision might even be more important & inspiring as an unmade cinematic myth than it would've been as a (very probably) failed mess. A more practical voice would have been interesting to hear even though that's clearly not the focus. Jodorowsky's excitement over his work is glowing even decades after and his will to transcend everything profane in life is truly inspiring.
Rated 31 May 2014
90
96th
Artist/directors such as Jodorowsky straddle the cliched boundary between madness and genius. The fact a film of such creative importance was never made but the ideas were fragmented into hundreds of other films, comics, and books is an interesting concept. Jodorowsky is a man that views the world in a dream state. His Dune reflects that intensity and vision. It's not surrealism done for surrealism's sake but an abstraction of our world in the pursuit of exploring and creating realities.
Rated 08 May 2014
83
74th
A great portion of this doco is the main man talking enthusiastically about film, film-making, and art. I could watch that for hours and hours, but this is a concise insight into the troubled production of Dune, and what a film it could've been. There's no footage to show, only animated storyboard sequences, concept art, the script, and casting selection. The rest we fill with our minds, as Jodo and co. propel this into a very special film doco.
Rated 28 May 2014
80
61st
I can watch Jodorowsky talk all day. The man has a contagious enthusiasm for what he does and a damn near boundless imagination. This is worth seeing for him alone. Some of the dramatic, life-altering rhetoric used to describe his "Dune" project is excessive but it definitely would have been a remarkable experience, and it's fascinating and fun to dream about what could have been.
Rated 17 May 2014
89
92nd
A wonderfully told story that focused on all the good that came from Dune's pre-production. Instead of what "could have been" this focuses in on what there is still to be enjoyed. Jodorowsky himself is inspirational with little bitterness and still burns with a white hot creative flame. As well put together as this documentary is, if they had recorded Jodorowsky sitting there with the production book in his lap narrating page by page, it could have served the viewer in a transforming experience.
Rated 29 Jul 2014
85
97th
The Dune that never was is formidable indeed.
Rated 29 Apr 2014
90
85th
Great look into the idea of what could have been. Not only a fascinating subject in terms of Jodorowsky's vision but about the nature of artistry and creativity and what it means to be human. Wonderful criticism on the capitalist structure behind the scenes and the incongruity of even trying to make money off art. It may be one sided, but it's a side we probably all should appreciate.
Rated 02 Mar 2019
82
90th
I really want to see the other side of the table, where Jodorowsky goes to MGM and explains, "it's my son , Mick Jagger, Udo Kier and Orson Welles, with storyboards from moebius, backdrops by Geiger, effect by O'Bannon, directed by me - the Holy Mountain guy!" 4 second shot of unmoving executive with arms crossed, then: "Absolutely not." -fin-
Rated 11 Jun 2015
81
68th
The chances of me sitting through a Jodorowsky film are extraordinarily slight and I've always found Lynch to be a ponderous bore so his version of "Dune" (featuring STING, no less, ugh) a'int happening either. But I'm a sucker for sociopathically ambitious wackos and their "art" and Jesus Christ, this movie is full of them! If only Jodo had thought to hire Werner Herzog to do overdubs. I might not have clue no. 1 what these guys were going for but it was fun watching them try to make it happen.
Rated 09 Oct 2014
20
12th
An overly enthusiastic director tells you how great he thinks his movie would have been. If it really would be that great, go make the movie and we'll see. I get the feeling I'm missing something about why the film wasn't ever made, but at this point I can't be bothered to look into it.
Rated 15 Aug 2014
80
81st
what if..?..what if..?..what if...????.....
Rated 03 Jul 2014
60
36th
I think we all need to take a step back for a second. The only thing I knew about Jodorowsky going into this movie is that The Holy Mountain was laughably pretentious and unwatchable. During the course of the movie I learned that Jodorowsky had no special relationship with the book, and hadn't even read it when he had agreed to make a movie of it. Apparently he wanted to make a psychedelic LSD-mimicking movie. I remain unconvinced that his movie would have even been watchable, let alone great.
Rated 08 Oct 2015
90
83rd
Great documentary. I wasn't familiar with Jodorowsky's work before this and don't intend to be after, but the guy is quite the personality and was wildly entertaining over the course of the film. The highlights are the stories he tells, which take the form of encounters with famous artists, musicians, and actors. An inspiring pic whose message to take artistic chances is always a timely one. I also really enjoyed the soundtrack, which highlighted the alterity of the unrealized film.
Rated 11 Feb 2016
95
96th
Jodorowsky's imagination and work ethic (try; if you fuck up, at least you tried) may be the most infectiously empowering thing I've encountered in a documentary film. I'll definitely be buying his comic books soon.
Rated 07 Jul 2014
79
62nd
Technically and formally speaking this is an unimpressive documentary, but I was charmed by the enthusiasm of the protagonists (especially Jodorowsky).
Rated 19 Dec 2014
80
67th
Because of Jodorowsky and the visualization of the drawings of Dune, this is a very inspiring documentary. The documentary never questions the greatness of this unmade version of Dune however, which is slightly problematic.
Rated 12 May 2016
81
74th
Vitamin E must be the trick, because this guy was old but had larruping high energy. These types of documentaries make you wonder how the world would be different if the director was able to complete his vision. It shows the importance of art. I have so much respect for someone who has dreams this ambitious and takes steps to make it a reality.
Rated 28 Feb 2015
18
15th
Much like Lost in La Mancha, this documentary all but expects you to presume that the unrealized film in question would have been a visionary masterpiece with very little actual evidence to go on, when as far as i can tell, all signs pointed toward a kitsch curiosity at best, probably closer to The Apple than Solaris (whatever credibility Jodorowsky might have had was completely lost to me around the point he starts raving about the rightfully forgotten French prog rock band Magma.)
Rated 01 Aug 2014
76
91st
So damn amazing, these are some characters. How can you not love the moment when Geiger starts talking? Jodorowsky was straight lunatic, and awesome at that too!
Rated 30 Mar 2016
95
97th
It's not often I watch documentaries, but I figured I needed to give this a shot after just finishing Dune. Oh my gosh. Never have I wanted a movie to be made as much as this one. Jodorowsky's Dune could have been a new prestige of film, one that changed the generations of film-making after, and one I can only hope to see in the future.
Rated 08 Jun 2014
7
67th
With Dune it seemed like Jodorowsky was finally able to successfully synthesize all of his talents into one project, and if given the go ahead, would have been able to make the movie of his dreams. Given the scope and ambition of the project, it might have been a watershed moment on par with Star Wars. But this didn't happen. And instead we're left with the sinking feeling that Jodorowsky - an incredibly magnetic and creative individual - never quite fulfilled his potential as a filmmaker.
Rated 31 Aug 2021
79
82nd
The most perfect illustration of the adage "to give someone rope enough to hang themselves". Without interviewing anyone who have anything bad to say about Jodorowsky or asking any critical questions of the man himself, Pavich manages to paint a vivid picture of Jodorowsky as a mad cult leader who derailed at least one person's life in pursuit of a pipedream that could never have been made real.
Rated 01 Feb 2015
77
75th
The world could really use more people as insane as Jodorowsky to adapt... well, everything.
Rated 03 Aug 2014
78
77th
The occasional off-colour metaphor for adaptation aside, a fascinating look at the (to quote what everyone else is saying) most influential film never made. Though you have to wonder - at this point, what's stopping someone from doing an animated adaptation based on Jodorowsky's storyboards?
Rated 10 Jun 2015
90
92nd
The most fascinating behind-the-scenes of the possibly greatest movie never made. While watching this, it was hard to believe this was a very real thing; the art is incredible and so wonderfully done. The characters are there, the designs are there, actors, producers, director; everything but a studio. The names associated with this are immense; Mick Jagger, Orson Welles, Salvidor Dali, Douglass Trumbull, HR Giger, it keeps going. Further proves that the studios have always acted how they do now
Rated 16 Jul 2014
90
95th
For me as a Jodo fanboy that was absolutely fascinating. Even though I've read numerous articles & interviews about Dune there are still plenty of information here that I wasn't aware of. Animations made from storyboards were a nice idea and executed quite well and I love Alejandro (no homo) so I can listen to him speaking for hours, all the questions I had were answered. The only thing I'd complain about is Refn, as much as I like him, he doesn't say anything informative or valuable here.
Rated 14 Nov 2016
70
34th
The sheer insanity of the imagery, the story, and Jodorowsky himself cause this to stand out, despite the fact that the format of the documentary itself is fairly straightforward (bunch of folks rhapsodizing the limitless potential of an unmade or forgotten masterpiece).
Rated 10 Mar 2016
90
97th
While you would never convince me a Jodorowsky movie would ever be a mainstream juggernaut a la Star Wars, his passion is infectious. It's a great watch and several premier talents from multiple mediums featured.
Rated 24 Aug 2019
70
76th
good
Rated 15 Jul 2014
85
83rd
Welles you fat bastard. Despite all the talking heads unanimously gushing over what could have been. You do get a sense that yes, this film with that cast, crew assembly, soundtrack & director would have been a future classic. Jodorowsky's reaction upon first seeing Lynch's interpretation is something to watch out for. Overall, deserves its seat at the table with limited other documentaries that cover the fatal stumbling blocks of film production.
Rated 05 Nov 2014
71
70th
I'm far from a fan of the guy's films, but this won me over due to Jodorowski's engaging, vigorous presence, even if I secretly doubted that all those who were claiming Dune would be a masterpiece could be trusted if they thought The Holy Mountain was good. Also, I learned you can pronounce Jodorowski as Yodorowski, Hodorowski or Zhodorowski.
Rated 13 May 2014
90
92nd
Jodorowsky's Dune is exactly what a documentary about Alejandro Jodorowsky's failed production of Dune should be.
Rated 14 Nov 2018
70
77th
After watching this, I really want to reread Dune, something I never do. While aspects of this might not have worked or may have aged prematurely, it is a fascinating 'what if'. Jodorowsky's storytelling was mesmerizing, the ensemble cast that was gathered would have been a treat.
Rated 07 Mar 2024
71
52nd
Someone save that cat, it almost died there...
Rated 14 Mar 2018
81
84th
Showing the worst of the special effects of the Lynch Dune was unfair, this alternate Dune likely would have had some bad effects also, and could have been terrible in many others areas also. It's hard to fault Hollywood for saying no. Claiming the sword fights in this movie inspired Star Wars is ridiculous also, the whole art copying thing is so incredibly childish and tiresome.
Rated 07 Mar 2024
63
83rd
A super interesting look into what could've been. I find the cult-like talk surrounding both the movie and Jodorowsky himself to be a tad disturbing, but I can appreciate the enthusiasm. The constant "this would've been the best film of all time!" and praise for Alejandro got tiring, I will say. It's definitely worth a watch, even if you're not into Dune (that's me!).
Rated 15 Dec 2015
70
22nd
Jodorowsky is fascinating to listen to, but this positioning of Dune as the unmade centerpiece of modern science fiction is completely overblown.
Rated 03 Aug 2015
80
62nd
The guy is obviously a genius. Wish this movie was fully realized. Then we could all turn up our noses at the David Lynch version.
Rated 18 Apr 2024
60
40th
The documentary itself is mediocre at best but the story! WHAT!!! I love that people like this exist. I wonder how it would’ve turned out. What a crazy story.
Rated 27 Oct 2023
98
58th
Although Jodorowsky seems crazy, he gathered a very talented team to design a movie that was never made.
Rated 19 Nov 2021
56
8th
Jodorowsky is a charismatic man, as is evidenced by his ability to draw you into his worldview and storytelling. His account of this film is told like destiny bringing the greatest creative forces together, and it can be easy to get swept into the mythos of the mad genius, but he’s just an uncompromising egomaniac who buried his own chances of success with unrealistic expectations—and he’s pretty sexist to boot. This film would’ve been twelve hours of nonsense.
Rated 12 Aug 2014
75
81st
I've only seen one film by Jodorowsky - The Holy Mountain (1973) - but it was incredible and I'm sure his version of Dune would've been better than David Lynch's Dune (1984), which despite Lynch's talent, is kind of a mess. It's a well-made documentary, and a must-see for film history buffs.
Rated 08 Oct 2020
73
50th
Em honra do centenário de Frank Herbert filme #1. É um doc interessante, mas acho que todo mundo pesa um pouco a mão pra dizer o quão genial tudo isso é. Plus: Tive que parar no meio do filme porque minha gata Munitinha começou a miar e não conseguia encontrá-la, foi quando o Jodorowsky começou a conversar e descobri que era a gata dele que estava miando. Rá! BlurayRip no MakingOff.
Rated 28 Oct 2017
94
99th
When Alejandro talks even now with the same energy, same energy that he gave it to the artist that then gave it onto the screen (or idea, or book) is inspiring and the fact that if you trace back all the mad talents he and his dream gathered is truly... wordles-egoless. Since I first heard of Alejandro's vision I was, and still am, convinced that it would be one of the, if not the one, greatest movies ever made. But it's good it wasn't, yes, it lives now within our souls, our dreams, our Dunes.
Rated 08 Oct 2020
80
84th
Mexican madman tries to get the most ambitious movie ever made. The documentary captures perfectly how the love for a project can get you to move mountains and be influential nonetheless, even if the project fails in the end. The impact of the never realized 'Dune' movie is astounding, when you consider the movie never came out.
Rated 21 Oct 2019
6
55th
Repetitive at times - how often must we hear Jodorowsky, his team and fans gush that history denied us the most important/best film in the world ever? - but it's hard not to be won over by his enthusiasm. I would love to get a look at that giant book which he keeps in his study but the idea of sitting through 20 hours of his madness? Not so much.
Rated 09 Jul 2019
86
87th
As a huge fan of the source material, I was incredibly skeptical of the way Jodorowsky wanted to approach Dune. By the end of the documentary however, I was completely convinced by his passion and was left feeling both inspired by the attempt and empty from the failure.
Rated 23 May 2019
90
87th
Truth be told ... while this film sounds amazing in theory, I doubt that it could ever have been pulled off as planned and I think everybody was right to not want to sink that much money into such a risky project. That doesn't matter though. What matters is Jodorowsky's passion and what a joy it is hearing him dream about this project and explain it to you.
Rated 04 Feb 2018
60
35th
"I've got this great idea for a movie. It doesn't matter that I've not had commercial success before. I plan to get egotistical actors! I plan to get some big names in rock! I plan to make this a complete psychedelic experience unlike anything anyone has ever seen before! ... What do you mean, no?!" (In the universe where this was indeed filmed, this documentary would highlight the sadness of the director of the film not living up to his dream.)
Rated 19 Dec 2019
80
89th
1974 yılında Dune adlı filmin yapım aşamaları. Herşey hazırlanıp, stüdyo aramasına geçildiğinde yarım bırakılan bir proje. Jodorowsky'nin üzüntüsü yürek parçalayıcı. Filmi David Lynch yönetmişti. Fakat o film kötü. Filmi bütün şirketlere gönderince, yönetmenlerde sahneleri çalıp kullanmışlar. Denis Villeneuve filmi nasıl çekmiş göreceğiz? Alma mazlumun ahının sür eşeği Niğdeye?
Rated 11 May 2024
16
79th
The film does an excellent job illustrating Jodorowsky's bold vision, including animating storyboards to bring his unconventional ideas to life. It features illuminating and entertaining interviews, including Jodorowsky himself who is a captivating storyteller, and the final interview with artist H.R. Giger before his death. You don't need to be a Dune fan to appreciate this fun and informative look at one of the most famous films never made. 8/10 or 16/20
Rated 23 Sep 2015
81
60th
A documentary with not a lot of grit but is refreshing like an oasis out in the desert. I thought the idea of this was cool, talking about this fantastic Sci-Fi flick that was never made. I like how they pointed out that the team Jodorowsky put together, came together to make other great films. His films look really crazy and now I want to see some of them. I hope that someday Jodorowsky's Dune is made...
Rated 20 May 2015
75
42nd
Very interesting, but ultimately, a movie about a failure. Jodorowsky is out of his mind, which I respect, as he came from a generation who saw this as a worthwhile life-goal.
Rated 01 Dec 2014
90
94th
I consider Dune to be unfilmable and no one has managed to make it yet as far as I'm concerned. Jodorowsky wouldn't have either but his film sounded damned intriguing and featured a hell of a cast and crew.
Rated 13 Aug 2015
78
57th
Interesting to see Jodorowsky, Seydoux, Giger on screen yapping away. The animated storyboards take you right inside an almost-living film as well. Very cool. But the story behind the film's non-existence is a bit of a damp squib in the end. Not quite as gripping as similar docus like "Lost in La Mancha" or "The Wild Untold Story of Cannon Films".
Rated 23 Feb 2016
77
55th
Jodorowsky's passion when he speaks of Dune is inspiring, but you don't learn much more than the anecdotes over the years have revealed. Great to see the concept art though.
Rated 17 May 2014
79
70th
Quite an extraordinary tale of the one that got away.
Rated 07 Jul 2014
65
43rd
Pretty good. I didn't buy all the hype everyone was gushing about how superior Jodorowsky's version would have been, and I think the David Lynch version is vastly underrated. Intriguing nonetheless.
Rated 26 Jul 2014
80
88th
Whether or not it would have good or even comprehensible, this documentary just makes you yearn with all of your being that this film would be made. I would hold onto some lasting hope that Refn would take it up, even though I know it would not hold the same significance today.
Rated 13 May 2015
8
71st
This celebration of creativity and what could have been shows off plenty of great concepts and ideas, but there's a certain level of plausibility unaccounted for that could have been touched upon with more detail.
Rated 22 Nov 2015
61
61st
Very weird and trippy... this could have been a very interesting movie... Crazy, but could have worked.
Rated 25 Mar 2016
80
55th
Jodorowsky's Dune ist ein Rückblick auf einen Film, der nie gemacht wurde: Den grössten und wildesten Science Fiction Film aller Zeiten! Diese Doku zeigt nun die ganze Liebe, die Jodorowsky und sein Team in das Projekt Dune stecken... die ganze Rezension sowie die für uns relevantesten Film Dokus gibts auf der Seite unserer Videothek cinegeek.de
Rated 12 May 2014
85
80th
Just a fascinating look at what coulda been. Jodorowsky gushes about his version of Dune (probably a little too much, saying how it'll be the most important film ever), but it's still nice to see the passion he has for his projects, and to see what went on behind the scenes. Though there is no actual footage, they paint a vivid picture of what was in his mind. It's always interesting. It's one-sided, but this isn't a documentary that has to have multiple sides. It's about the ppl making it.
Rated 28 Aug 2014
84
88th
Whatever polarized opinion I have of Jodorowski's films, watching him talk about movie-making, art, and his passion for creation is fantastic and energizing. We need a PDF of that gigantic storyboard binder.
Rated 27 Oct 2014
41
65th
Interesting film. I've never seen a Jodorowsky film but I know the gist of his work. What really grabbed my attention (beyond the ideas and art of the film) was Jodorowsky's immense charisma. The fact that he was able to attract all these incredible creatives to his insane project is astounding and a true testament to the power of a good personality.
Rated 17 Jun 2015
80
75th
Fascinating, and endlessly frustrating... oh, what we might have had!
Rated 26 Jan 2016
6
10th
Jodorowsky's Dune may have been too surrealistic for me but I am judging without having even seen it. Plan to watch Holy Mountain to get an idea of his style. I thought this documentary was just ok, nothing special. Some interesting stories by jodorowsky on how he met and collected artists for his movie.
Rated 20 Feb 2019
80
63rd
Would have loved to see this dream come to life
Rated 17 Apr 2015
6
66th
Does a poor job convincing me that this movie would have been the masterpiece Jodorowsky claims it'd be, but there is lots of interesting tidbits, like paying Orson Welles in tonnage of food.
Rated 19 Apr 2014
88
66th
A fun movie about a movie that would have been really cool. It's a little too in love with it's subjects to really do anything but talk about the basics, but still, just spending time with Jodorowsky is a delight.
Rated 21 Dec 2014
80
57th
Jodorowsky is a fascinating character, inspiring as an artist. I'm not a huge fan of all of his art, but I hope he never stops making it.
Rated 05 Aug 2014
48
45th
the documentary itself is pretty run of the mill, but the subject matter is fascinating - one of the great "what if"s of all cinema. i'd love to see a copy of the film book they made, i'm sure what's shown here is just scratching the surface.
Rated 13 Jun 2015
75
64th
The documentary details a fascinating topic, but it's not incredibly compelling itself.
Rated 31 Jul 2014
70
76th
An amazing look into the process of creating an epic movie which was never made, but nevertheless impacted decades (!) of Sci-fi movie making. If you're unfamiliar with the Dune books, I suggest you watch David Lynch's Dune first, before watching this. It'll give you a better understanding about what this guy is trying to create. A must-see for any movie buff.
Rated 02 May 2017
80
89th
Immensely inspiring. Really loved how Jodorowsky got the crew together. -- I also refrained myself from admiring the script too much; would have been a good film, but who knows how many of those were never made?
Rated 27 Mar 2015
80
95th
Amazing, If only.
Rated 16 Apr 2015
95
95th
Two things: The documentary is great. Jodorowsky is a genius.
Rated 09 Sep 2013
92
91st
Ah, what could have been... An inspiring must-see for anyone involved in anything creative.
Rated 23 Mar 2014
90
91st
A fantastic reminiscence of a very ambitious film that didn't get produced, despite being further along than one would suspect. It's hard to believe the very lucid Jodorowsky is 84 in the interviews. A must-watch for creative people who have had ambitions and failures.
Rated 04 May 2014
88
89th
I love this. I love the project remains conceptually perfect as it was never made by him, but that the work gave birth to many, many film babies.

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