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Camera [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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Fun and Revealing 17 Feb. 2005
By R. Steinhardt - Published on
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"Camera" was not that good, but very revealing in unintended ways..everyone in it were friends of the director (or people he met in pawn shops) His friends are all from the demi-world of models and actors hanging around Hollywood and film festivals, but not really making it. Running the film with the sound off but commentary on after seeing it in the normal way, shows you these people with their hopes and energies shining though. The lesson is clear, if you are young, beautiful and sexy, and female, you get invited to the party in the nice apartment, but you are still really on the outside as far as the world is concerned. It is a world where accomplishment is hard to come by and if you hit it even once you can party on it for decades as you slide down further and further.

The hairdresser , without film ambitions (How much do you love me?), the Sky-Diving model (whose film clips are the best part) and the pawn broker clerks, (also without film ambitions) are the people who are the best performers in this film by is a real lesson.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
The first dogme comedy 21 April 2004
By A Customer - Published on
Format: DVD
I've seen all of the dogme films released in the States, and this is the first comedy I've seen. It's like "The Yellow Rolls Royce" or "Red Violin" - story of a video camera that gets stolen from a store and goes on an adventure around the world. Sometimes I couldn't tell if the film was kidding or not, especially the hilarious scene with the camera stalking Carol Alt, or the guy who looks like he's going to jump off a building. I couldn't tell if it was real or not, but it made me laugh anyway. Some really funny bits in here, I'm giving it five stars for effort.
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