Sunday, August 28, 2011

Phnom Penh Lullaby (Kolsanka z Phnom Penh)

A Parallax Film/Polish Film Institute production. (Worldwide sales: Krakow Film Foundation, Krakow.) Created, directed by Pawel Kloc. Compiled by Kloc, Przemyslaw Niczyporuk.With: Ilan Schickman, Saran, Marie, Jasmine. (British, Hebrew, Khmer dialogue)The oddest of odd couples -- a persistantly poor Israeli guy in exile as well as an alcoholic Cambodian lady, neither who talks the other peoples language -- share two kids along with a curious feeling of love in docu "Phnom Penh Lullaby," Polish helmer Pawel Kloc's irritatingly uninvolving debut feature. Lensed with immediacy by d.p. and co-author Przemyslaw Niczyporuk totally on Phnom Penh's unfriendly roads, the film appears about the cusp of facts however drifts and dawdles. Despite a good fest run, commercial prospects even about the tube look slight. Kloc has mentioned he targeted "to create this film like a fiction," and also to treat your camera "as an invisible guest" within the lives of Ilan Schickman and g.f. Saran, futilely attempting to raise young girls Marie and Jasmine on Ilan's earnings like a tarot readers. A lot of the game handles tries to place Marie having a relative, because the parents can not afford to boost her. Their skills are filled with tragedy, but it's tough being psychologically associated with individuals who appear to not understand how to take proper care of themselves, not to mention kids.Camera (color, HD), Niczyporuk editor, Jacek Tarasiuk music, Marc Marder. Examined at DocuWeeks, La, August. 26, 2011. (Also in Hot Paperwork, Moscow, Bay Area Jewish, Reykjavik, Sheffield Documentary film festivals.) Running time: 102 MIN. Contact the range newsroom at

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