Additional information for Holy Motors, which has a domestic theatrical release set for July 4, 2012. The film is being distributed by Indomina and has not yet been rated. Holy Motors has a total running time of 115 minutes.
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From dawn to dusk, a few hours in the shadowy life of Monsieur Oscar...
Man leaves room in search of companion for inner monkey, weds it and propagates the 'Fawlty.'Man leaves room, slave to his inner monkey, proceeding to eliminate all possible functioning versions of self, disregarding invitations to relationship, life and love, favouring the crypt of self-gratification instead, eating decaying graveyard bouquets, rather than smelling the roses, prising the model from her plinth to prove to himself - notionally at any rate - his virility, while real woman must settle for brass monkey and an ill fated flight in air hostess uniform, less airplane, accompanied by co-pilot who also must keep appointment, with pavement below, from rooftop of Samaritan Hotel. But what of it? this man is heading home after-all to reside with his growed up monkey who by this time has spawned a child - and alcohol addiction - in a world rapidly turning pink, left home it seems by his Mother who chauffeurs him about in his own personalise Lying-mo-so-lyne which itself faces decommissioning because the market for 'Action', is drying up to which 'Amen, Amen', the cars conclude. And back the road the daughter reveals the truth, a man so criminally shy and self loathing that he simply cannot function socially and must present instead many pastiche selves, all actors set out for their various appointments which give telling insights into the characters core dilemmas: he will not earn, he will not love for his core calling is to indulge his inner monkey. He must pass through all prospects and all things to emerge a self-sponsored, impromptu freelance actor refusing to get real, a narcissist finally peering out of his pink tower, home alone, with inner monkey in hand, plus offspring. In truth this is a Pro-Life, Pro-Relationship movie which lacks the balls to say so because saying so is to - on some level - reject the revolutions principle conclusion. An atomised narcissistic consumer society where we all tend to our own needs hopelessly, isolated, under-developed and alone to an extent where we must ultimately marry ourselves in a world rapidly fading to pink. And behind us the debris of life, the road kill, including the many mannequin dolls and lives that might have been. But as Europe flushes it's own future down the toilet many come to take the places left vacant for the Lord himself said he would invite in the dogs from the street to fill the vacancies. Speaking of which the hound in the opening scene is a fantastic creature in it's own right coming to occupy the theatre of life as the audience sleep through the performance. The pets, now more real than their owners, interlopers of sorts, wondering whether the hand that feeds might also be a meal when the feeding is done hinting the meat eaters may yet become the meal. Had the Director heard Sinead O'Connor's song 'Reason with me', he might have though to include it because it is in some way an ode to our inner monkey - Youtube: " Sinead O'Connor - Reason With Me (Best Fit Session) "
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