• 电影名称 Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus

  • 中文名称 皮毛
  •  类型  传记 / 戏剧 / 爱情
  •  国家  美国
  •  语言  英语
  •  时长  2 hr 2 min (122 min)
  • 上映时间 20 October 2006 (Italy)
Had I taken to heart what the movie reviewer in my local paper hadwritten about this film (and his 2.5 star rating) -- I would not havegone. Fortunately, I checked out IMDb and read that someone hadcompared it to Jean Cocteau's avant-garde "La Belle et La Bete." Enoughsaid. That commendation, and ar...
I saw Fur this afternoon. I went to the 1:30 pm matinée and we wereonly three in the theater. That's OK… I felt like it was a privateshowing. From the very start of the making this film, the whole storygot my attention, more than any other. It wasn't simply an opportunityto see Robert work &#1...
In order to enjoy 'Fur - An imaginary portrait of Diane Arbus,' StephenShainberg needs the viewer to suspend all reality and prior knowledgeof the American photographer, Diane Arbus. Paradoxically, it's the veryuse of Diane Arbus' name and knowledge to her life and work, that setsthis film up to fai...
I found this to be an incredibly interesting film with fineperformances all round, and beautiful cinematography, art direction anda lovely score amongst other things. Kidman is very convincing thoughshe does seem to be 'acting for an Oscar' at many points through outthe film. When I saw the film I d...
Any instance in which a filmmaker attempts to blend ideas of fact withfiction - especially when that particular fact is fairly well known andtied to an iconic historical figure - they're going to have problems inmaintaining a connection with certain factions of their audience. Justlook at some previ...
'Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus' is itself like a beautifulpainting. Starting from the photographic visuals, the artisticexecution, the use of symbolism and metaphors, the superb camera-work,the incredible performances and stunning art direction, this is onefilm that is a poetic treat for...
Defying biopic clichés and overlapping reality and fantasy - so thatthe viewer eventually hardly understands what's real and what's not -"Fur" is definitely a provocative movie, not only another version of"The Beauty and the Beast". The odd subject is handled with impeccableeffects and a stunning a...
Being lucky enough to have a free pass for the press this morning Iattended the press screening of this film at the Roma Film Festival,which opened today. I would like to share some thoughts. First of all,this is far from being a biographical account of the photographer DianeArbus. The film, with sh...
Personally, I had never heard of Diane Arbus before this movie. Iwanted to see this because of Robert Downey Jr. I was hoping he wouldmake a movie with Nicole Kidman, & neither of them disappoint. This isan interesting film. Kidman has the title role of Arbus, a womanlooking for more than typical co...
For anyone who cares to know something about the real Diane Arbus, orwho values psychological veracity, this film is abysmal. Arbus was abrilliant, talented, restless, and troubled person, but this filmdepicts her as completely self-involved, and truly bizarre in her tasteand judgment. Kidman portra...
I would be delighted if the Arbus estate, after having seen this film,commission a film called "The True Life of Diane Arbus" with an endingin the same vein as the film portrait of Sylvia Plath.My feeling, and it is only that, Ms Arbus was never timid in herphotography of people. Nor were the people...
What were they thinking when they made this truly TERRIBLE film? Arbus, one of the most important photographers and women of theTwentieth Century, had a fascinating and dramatic life. What possessedanyone to make this film, which explains her unique artistic vision, asbeing the result of an (imagina...
The division of opinion in responses to FUR - AN IMAGINARY PORTRAIT OFDIANE ARBUS is a healthy one and it is reassuring to read so many fineviews of the film's worth. Diane Arbus remains one of the moreimportant artists of the 20th century, a woman who defied societaltaboos and entered the world of ...
Let me start off by saying, I love any and all kinds of movie, I can gointo any theatre with an open mind.That said, what were they thinking? I asked myself this question many,many times. The movie begins in an interesting enough way, with Arbusvisiting a nudist colony that she would photograph. The...
Hadn't really heard too much about this movie so I went and saw it. Irealized that this movie only appeals to someone who has not lived inthe real world. And even those people would think this movie moved tooslowly.When the movie opens up, you see Nicole Kidman going to a nudist camp.Whoa. Shock. Th...
I enjoyed this film, but it made me wish someone would do ahistorically accurate film about Diane Arbus to go with thisself-admitted fantasy.I felt a strong relationship with this film and Fellini's Juliet of theSpirits - something I haven't noticed any critics remarking upon, somaybe it's a weaker ...
I have to say i knew nothing about Diane Arbus when i bought this film,however, the film has certainly led me to investigate her. i found thefilm beautiful, and quite haunting in a way, Kidman and Downey did asuperb job of rendering beautiful characters to film. Having read alittle about Diane Arbus...
I loved Robert Downey, Jr. and the way he moves, the way his eyesexpress feelings and the way his voice is quiet, assured and gentle butfirm. I loved Nicole Kidman's quiet, mousy voice that was seeking tofind who she was as a person and subtly challenging the boundaries thathave always kept her in. ...
I don't know how this movie has received so many positive comments. Onecan call it "artistic" and "beautifully filmed", but those things don'tmake up for the empty plot that was filled with sexual innuendos. Iwish I had not wasted my time to watch this movie. Rather than beingbiographical, it was a ...
"Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus" is a peculiar little film.On its surface the film intends to buck conventional wisdom by creatinga biographic film made up of fabricated material. This is done in aneffort to understand the inner-vision of photographer andphotojournalist Diane Arbus whose ...
Contrary to being merely a 'Beauty and he Beast' parody, thisbeautifully filmed portrait is both absorbing and entirely worthy ofArbus. The story is loosely based around her life at the start of hercareer and as any lover of her work could tell you, it creates aprovocative and beautifully insightful...
I could have liked this if I didn't like Diane Arbus.Didn't really capture Arbus unique visual aesthetic(as Stanley Kubrickdid in "The Shinning", with the twin girls in the hallway, a directhomage to one of Arbus most famous photos, and one with hauntingqualities none of this movies images have), an...
When the film "Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus" was announcedthe film was expected to be a sure fire hit with critics and the publicalike, the next Academy Awards and a big hit for the actors, andalthough to some this may seem a laughable thought once seeing thefilm, one can't help but fee...
I actually admired the extreme lengths to which the film's creator wentin exercising his freedom of artistic licensing in this totallyfantastical and imaginative version- fictionalising the source ofinspiration behind Ms Arbus's consequent journey into developing herart; to many it may suggest indul...
Is there a particular genius inside each of us? Waiting to bediscovered and set free? Could it be like finding true love? Or isfalling in love just a metaphor? Diane Arbus was a real person. Shechanged from being a very shy woman to becoming a powerful andinfluential 60's photographer-artist.How did...
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