An immersive visual feast? Pantheistic drivel? Box-office champ? No matter what you think of the film, some audiences are relating more strongly because of their own history with those searching for wealth in their homelands. Here’s a post from our film blog.
“Avatar is real” say tribal people « The Enemy God – The Movie
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I have to admit it was novel entertainment – watching in 3D
can’t say much for how the story related to me as I was let more enthralled by the images than by the story itself.
Still it is a marker in filmmaking history, a tickbox filled to indicate when 3D film started it’s ascendancy.
Hopefully the technology will be leveraged to tell a story well and not just be used for the sake of it.
b.t.w. “The Enemy God” story has lingered in my mind much longer that Avatar, and I watched them not long after each other.