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Saw this at Visions Du Reel in Switzerland and I knew nothing about it so saw it somewhat blind, not really knowing what the plot was about.The storyline of two disparate and utterly various artists coming together (Princess Shaw and Kutiman) is said with unbelievable pace and genuine warmth. As the movie progresses the storyline gradually reveals itself and you feel the impending resolution slowly emerge...and it is a pretty moment. Princess Shaw is so full of positivity (which is an utter miracle) and follows her dream with un-dented drive and charisma and you end up feeling a tremendous amount of affection for her and her spirit. Kutiman comes across as an almost Svengali figure and is the excellent foil for Princess Shaw. The moment of revelation is a thing of joy and I found myself smiling at the memory many days after watching the film.The movie is raw but beautifully edited and you can feel the craft of the movie maker touching each aspect as he tried to mold this into a final film. Unbelievable movie that could not be missed - especially if you like music. The irony of this is that Princess Shaw auditioned for The Voice but was rejected and we can all see that she is much more talented than they realised.
Documentary filmmakers need luck to be in the right zone at the right time. This filmmaker made some of his own luck. He started making one film about few artists whose YouTube recording became raw material for Israel's melody composer/creator Kutiman. He ended up making other movie entirely about the blossoming of an undiscovered musical talent into a budding star. There's a ton of heart in this movie and some of it is darned had to watch. That's the trouble with raw authenticity. It's raw. Kudos to the filmmaker, to Princess Shaw, and to Kutiman. This is a worthwhile movie to see.We saw this movie as part of the Camera Cinema Club series in San Jose, CA.
"T" is for teens. I like this movie and loved meeting the folks involved in it. I was a tiny concerned that this might not be a KIDS FIRST film but it is.We are all into YouTube, Facebook, social media and many another electronic connections with another people. This film has all of the above. It is a documentary about two folks who are followed on a adventure of friendship - a nice composer, a fabulous singer, a live concert in Israel and a special film.I loved the storyline. My favourite part about the film is all the music. There is a huge mix of melody from vocals, pianos, violins, guitars, drums and many more instruments. Kutiman is a nice composer from Israel. He traveled 7,000 miles across the Internet to search a nice singer.I felt uncomfortable during some of the scenes and my Mom told I was a tiny too young to understand a several of them. Unfortunately, everyone's life is not excellent and folks struggle each day and deal with crazy situations. Yes, I do feel this is a KIDS FIRST film because it is not cute, funny or Hollywood. It is about true life. The message in this movie is to never give up your dreams but to hold them alive and pursue them. This movie gives you insight into how we can all feel hopeless and wish to give up. That is the time when you cry, eat ice cream, dig deep and receive yourself back up and into the war for your dream.Samantha Montgomery, also known as Princess Shaw, pursues her singing career when and wherever she can. Finally, a composer in Israel discovers her YouTube page and a nice friendship and collaboration begins. Ido Haar who is Kutiman's mate and a director watched the first melody mash up video and is intrigued by the process. So, he follows the musicians and the vocalist Kutiman has his heart set on. He even flies back and forth between Israel and the United States few times over the course of a year to capture the true storyline of Princess Shaw and her adventure on film. Meanwhile he is also filming Kutiman's journey.The current footage is a breath of new air from all the CGI graphics taking zone in films today. You receive to sit back and watch a true life story. You really care about what happens to these people. You cry when they struggle and cheer when things go well. I appreciated the emotional attachment you feel throughout the film.The appropriate age range for this movie is 14 to 18 years old. There are a several curse words. There are stories about terrible things that happened to children. That is a reality. This is a actually film. It is something that should really happen to you today. You never know when or how your dreams will come true. Even when they do, you still have to work difficult to hold them alive. I rate this 4 1/2 out of 5 singing stars.Reviewed by Morgan B., KIDS FIRST! Movie Critic.
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