See Absolut Warhola (DE 2001/2002).
See ABSOLUT Warhola part1.
See Andy Warhol per his nephew Jam.
See ABSOLUT Warhola part3.
See ABSOLUT Warhola part2.
See Absolut Warhola (trailer).
See ABSOLUT Warhola part4.
See Absolut Warhola Express.
See Absolut Warhola Express.
See Andy Warhola 1.
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Absolute Warhola is a wry but affectionate look at the village in Slovakia where Andy Warhol's parents were born and which proudly claims the artist as its native son. This is not a purist's documentary. The seasons shift inexplicably. The pace feels a bit aimless. It includes no helpful notification about Warhol nor his work. Instead of cinematic orthodoxy, however, Absolut Warhola offers the quirky poignancy of a documentary on the Cargo Cult, combined with a bizarre juxtaposition that perhaps would be found in a Lawrence Welk unique on Abstract Expressionism. The filmmakers visit Warhol's cousin who recalls, at one point, how Andy sent them a package of drawings and paintings which they didn't much care for, so they rolled some up to test as paper cones and pitched the others into the water after the house was flooded. The curator of the Warhola Museum explains how he chose the works to be included in the collection primarily on the basis of their relevance to the local community: cows, butterflies, Lenin, and Ingrid Bergman as a nun. The touching absurdity of his discourse is rivaled only by David St. Hubbins' explanation in Spinal Tap as to why the amplifier whose dial goes up to eleven is better than the ones that only go to ten. Absolut Warhola may not be a textbook work of documentary filmmaking, but it presents a consistent vision of folks whose lives under the shadow of Chernobyl are somehow brightened by the memory of a boy they never knew nor remotely understood.
I remember seeing this film on TV, I don't think it was in the cinemas here. I thought it was a unbelievable film - a touching, endearing portrait of the village and its people, which in all light-hearted quirkiness yet raised a entire range of significant points about these Slovaks. Family traditions, the attitude towards/of the local Roma, the lack of occasions and the philosophical method the locals deal with that, the almost-sweet insistence on disbelieving Warhol was gay ... This is a tiny city in an outlying region that lives in its own world, by its own logic, that yet reflects the wider reality of life in East-Slovakia. And the film playfully but effectively underscores that mission by highlighting the surrealness of the Warhol Museum in those surroundings ...Definitely a joy to see for anyone remotely interested in that zone of the globe or just willing to allow himself be taken on a curious voyage ... only if you're a Warhol fanatic insisting to be provided with yet fresh facts or interpretations about the boy or his art, you might be disappointed, because that's not really what the film is about.
I am probably one of a several that can truly appreciate this movie. I've been to the Warhol museum in Medzilaborce, and I can laugh at the dichotomy of one of Pop Art's finest in the far NE corner of a tiny former communist country, Slovakia. Some of you 'reviewers' have even mistakenly named it the Czech Republic! I trust the authors of this documentary took the premise of finding a Warhol tribute in a zone that its citizen's would be the last to appreciate his work in order to introduce the rest of the globe to the plight of the Eastern Slovak. Unemployment, bigotry toward the Roma, alcoholism, depression ... these folks don't have an concept of how to seek something better and therefore, have said themselves that they are content. The cousin who through away some of the pieces that Andy sent as a gift - she doesn't even seem to regret! I served 1.5 years as a Peace Corps volunteer in Slovakia, and if there was a method to condense my whole experience into 1.5 hours to support someone understand the Slovak culture/repression, this was it: Absolut Warhola.
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