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Marina Abramovic: The Artist Is Present

This documentary helps the audience understand increasingly about Marina Abramović whose passion for art for nearly forty years. She passes through many challenges when she uses her own body to create performances
Duration: 106 min
Quality: HD
Release: 2012
IMDb: 7.9
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Observer (UK)
July 08, 2012 An exhilarating, elegantly executed film that holds a mirror up to the art world, its protagonists and its devotees, forcing us to question the whole circus.
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Reeling Reviews
August 29, 2012 Like any good documentary, ""The Artist Is Present" gives insight into the life and work of a truly talented lady. Her works may not be for all tastes she but obviously has an audience if MoMA is any indication.
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July 09, 2012 If you have been looking for the natural meeting place of Jafar Panahi's document of life under house arrest This is Not a Film and Justin Bieber's popumentary Never Say Never, look no further.
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The New Republic
August 08, 2012 Briskly edited and brightly shot.
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Globe and Mail
June 15, 2012 The film goes a long way to establish the intellectual seriousness and dedication involved in her ambitious series of art stunts.
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Christian Science Monitor
June 15, 2012 The film's centerpiece is the retrospective devoted to Abramovic at the Museum of Modern Art in the spring of 2010.
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Reeling Reviews
August 29, 2012 ...for the 2 1/2 month run of the [MoMA] show, Marina would sit completely still in a chair as visitors cued up to sit across from her and look into her eyes. The effect is incredibly and unexpectedly moving.
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San Francisco Chronicle
July 06, 2012 In place of evenhandedness, the film gives us a full sense of a personality and intelligence so riveting that we begin to comprehend why all those hundreds of thousands lined up at the MoMA.
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Boston Globe
September 06, 2012 "She's never not performing," says one friend. And the documentary, "Marina Abramovic: The Artist Is Present," confirms it.
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Time Out
July 05, 2012 Abramovic is raw and likeable, if mostly inscrutable.
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Boston Phoenix
August 29, 2012 It demonstrates how cinema can actually make the artist seem present, offering an empathetic fellow consciousness that mirrors one's soul.
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September 08, 2013 It's a shame that the people who really need to see Matthew Akers' transfixing debut documentary, Marina Abramović: The Artist is Present, won't go near it.
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