Seven Surprising Facts about “Lesson Faust (1994)” Movie

This is the first and only Jan Svankmeyer movie I have ever seen, and after viewing it I can’t wait to see his others. Here, Svankmeyer basically juxtaposes a staged showing of the play FAUST with the story of the man who is kidnapped into playing Faust. As the film rolls on, the character’s story and the actor’s story become more and more indistinguishable. There are also a bunch of insane devil marionettes and the whole thing has the vibe of a medieval Punch and Judy show.Probably the main thing I liked about FAUST was the fact that, although it is a fairly surreal film, it doesn’t go out of it’s way to be strange for strangeness’s sake [like the Czech film DAISIES or the Georgian REPENTANCE, though those are okay movies]. Sure, you have bizarre goings-on like a stop-motion fetus in a jar growing old and turning into a skull, but many of the details you thought were unrelated to the story all wrap up in a very pleasing manner.Of course, not all of your questions will be answered. I still don’t understand the significance of the theater sets versus real scenery, or why Faust sometimes appears in his costume and sometimes in his regular trench coat. But I’m glad I don’t completely get it–I like a movie to provoke thought rather than explain everything outright. Also, man, what’s with the other comments saying this is an art-house flik, or only pretentious snobs will enjoy it? I work at a video store. We played FAUST on our TV just tonight, and at least ten customers were intrigued enough to stop what they were doing and watch it for a little while–far more people than when we played JERSEY GIRL the other day. Sure, FAUST is not for everybody, because not everybody likes unusual or even minorly challenging movies. Don’t let the reverse-snobs scare you away.

7 Reason to Watch “Lesson Faust (1994)” Movie

#1 Good Review

You need 1h 37min to watch Lesson Faust (1994). Wasting time? Absolutely not, because its rating is around 7.5 star from 2,871 movie freak.

#2 Supported by Great Actor and Actress

Actress Actor behind Lesson Faust (1994) Movie are Jan Kraus, Petr Cepek, and Vladimír Kudla. So if you are fans of them you should enjoy this movie.

#3 Good Work from Great Director

This movie director, Jan Svankmajer, has done fantastic job in this movie. So if you are his fan do list this video on your bucket wish.

#4 Excellent Script by Good Writers

The movie script written by Writers:Christian Dietrich Grabbe and Christopher Marlowe. Both have creative imagination to get your attention, so watch it.

#5 Magnificent Genres

This movie is Animation Drama Comedy Genres film which released in 1994.

# 6 Interesting Story

A very free adaptation of Marlowe’s ‘Doctor Faustus’, Goethe’s ‘Faust’ and various other treatments of the old legend of the man who sold his soul to the devil. Svankmajer’s Faust is a nondescript man who, after being lured by a strange map into a sinister puppet theatre, finds himself immersed in an indescribably weird version of the play, blending live actors, clay model animation and giant puppets.

#7 Many themes in one movie

These five themes are great interesting topics in the world, they are clay, puppet, stop motion animation, stop motion animation, book of magic. And you meet all of them in one movie.

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