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Manderlay (2005)

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Summary: Manderlay is a plantation where a group of people are living as if slavery hadn't been abolished 70 years earlier. Upon leaving Dogville in 1933, Grace and her father head far south to the state of Alabama where they arrive upon the bizarre place.

Genre: Drama

Country: Denmark, France, Germany, Netherlands, Sweden, UK

Directed By: Lars von Trier

Written By: Lars von Trier

Starring: Willem Dafoe, John Hurt, Udo Kier, Danny Glover, Jean-Marc Barr, Lauren Bacall, Zeljko Ivanek, Jeremy Davies, Isaach De Bankolé, Bryce Dallas Howard, Chloë Sevigny, Teddy Kempner

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Manderlay belongs to 51 collections
1. Netflix Instant (public: moderated by somnivore - 26 stars)
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A film that set out to examine racism in America and ended up projecting racism towards the audience.
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I would rather let a mule take a dump down my throat than watch this heinous train wreck again. Boring, idiotically written with nothing resembling a real emotion evoked at any point, awkwardly staged, acted, and shot, boring, poorly made with little to no craftsmanship or production value, meandering, boring, long, bloated, and I must again say boring. Fuck this movie, fuck Lars von Trier. I hated it. The longest 139 minutes of my fucking life.
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This didn't seem quite as much as an ordeal to watch as Dogville, as I was prepared for the wordy narrative and sparse sets. Hardly enjoyable but it gets you thinking.
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It doesn't pack the emotional punch that Dogville does. We go into it with a certain expectation. This diminishes the power of the turn near the end of the film, which was already pretty weak to begin with.
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"Alabama, 1933-during which time Von Trier uses the existence of slavery 70 years after its abolition as a metaphor for America's ongoing treatment of its black underclassman." - Ed Gonzalez
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Bryce Dallas Howard really sucks. This movie was okay, though. Danny Glover helped.
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A misstep coming down from "Dogville" but still potent and sprightly funny. Bryce Howard is no Nicole.
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Thankfully Ron Howard's daughter was cast in the lead. We wouldn't want a professional actress or one who looked good or anything. Why would we want that?
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The style and acting are good, but it is totally fascistic.
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Manderlay is one of the most dynamic films about race and change ever created.
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