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Endless Poetry
Dir.: Alejandro Jodorowsky | 128 minutes

Endless Poetry

France, Chile 2016 | 128 minutes | Spanish | English, Hebrew subtitles

In 1940s Santiago de Chile, young Alejandro decides to become a poet against his parents' wishes. He enters artistic circles where he meets the young people who will become the masters of Latin American literature. Immersed in their poetic world, they live together freely, sensually and madly.

The spirit of Federico Fellini hovers over 87-year-old Alejandro Jodorowsky's new film. After creating a series of ingenious and bizarre cult movies (El Topo, The Holy Mountain), his latest film – the second in a five-part autobiography that started with The Dance of Reality – received rave reviews at Cannes, Variety calling it "the most accessible movie he has ever made, and it may also be the best."