Iñárritu’s Bardo Trailer, the Short Netflix Version

So much can happen in 22 minutes. A Seattle psychiatrist can throw a dinner party to impress a member of high society. Another The Seattle-based psychiatrist accidentally ends up on a date with his spacey crush. A surly retired Seattle police officer finds common ground with his psychiatrist sons. Sometimes all of these three things can happen in the span of 22 minutes. But director Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu apparently had a full-length in three acts to cut from his upcoming film, bardo (or a false chronicle of a handful of truths) after showing a three-hour version at the Venice and Telluride film festivals to less-than-great feedback. Iñárritu tells IndieWire that the Venice screening was “a great opportunity to see it and learn about things that could benefit from being a little strapped in, add a scene that never arrived in time, and change the order of one or two things.” change.”

Read:Tony Gilroy on Making ‘Andor’ – and Fighting Off a ‘Michael Clayton’ TV Series – Rolling Stone

The movie’s trailer suggests that even with 22 minutes less, there’s plenty crammed into this movie, including brass bands, soldiers, discos, childbirth, axolotls, a flooded apartment, stigmata of the feet, and long airport queues. The dreamy images have been cut to “I Am the Walrus” and are about as interpretable as that nonsense verse. bardo will be released in select theaters and on Netflix on December 16. Same date as Avatar: The way of the water? Okay, good luck with it!

Read:Cher commands attention on Balmain runway during Paris Fashion Week
Previous post
Is Aaron Judge in position to win the Triple Crown? Track the Yankees star’s quest for more 2022 history
Next post
How agencies use AI image generators like DALLE-E 2, Midjourney and Stable Diffusion