I always ask myself the key question about a movie first, was the film entertaining. The Stonecutter was entertaining. I also felt very good after watching the show.
This film's storyline allows the viewer to go on a real "head trip" and that is what I did when I first viewed it. There is a lot of symbolism that one can glean from this film. The next time I viewed it I just went along for the journey.
Pop/Art Film Factory has done it again. Director and producer Daniel Zirilli once again brings another film to life. The camera work captures the pure tropical beauty that is the setting for the Stonecutter. Narration of the story is excellent and the voice is most tranquil. The soundtrack tugs your heart strings and pulls you into the main character's moment in time.
A good show that one can certainly relate too. No surprise that the Stonecutter was the winner of the Visionaries In Film Award of the Bahamas One World Film Festival.
The STONECUTTER is an inspirational Fairy Tale set in the tropical islands of French Polynesia with its shimmering turquoise waters, palm fronds, and white sandy beaches. A story about a stonecutter who struggles to support his family. With the help of an angelic young girl, he learns to appreciate what is most valuable possession in life: not money or power -but the love of his family! —Anonymous
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July 18, 2021 at 08:24 PM