WR: Mysteries of the Organism (1971)

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Directed By Dusan Makavejev Dusan Makavejev Starring Milena Dravic Milena Dravic  •  Ivica Vidovic Ivica Vidovic  •  Jagoda Kaloper Jagoda Kaloper  •  Tuli Kupferberg Tuli Kupferberg  •  Zoran Radmilovic Zoran Radmilovic Genres Avant-garde / Experimental  •  Comedy  •  Culture and Society  •  Documentary  •  Politics and Government  •  Satire  •  Sex Comedy  •  Yugoslav Black Wave Studios &
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Other Titles W.R. - Misterije organizma Release Info 1971-10-13T00:00:00Z October 13, 1971
B&W and Color  •  84 minutes NR Rated NR
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Sea1982

Sea1982 on 1/28/2013 Reply  · 

Well made, but in the end the subjects and overall concept struggled to maintain my interest throughout the film. I think films of this nature work better in short-format, rather than full-length. After awhile the point(s) being made and the techniques used become repetitive inside the framework of a feature film. At least that is my opinion, clearly there are those who see Makevejev's work here as an unalterable masterpiece.

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