Daisies

Daisies
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Carly

niceeeeeeee love it love the messy food

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Carly

really cool film

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Chase

A true joy to behold. One might expect a Czech experimental film from the 60s to be alienating or opaque, but Daisies is incredibly universal. The ladies hilariously lambast gender roles in a manner both coquettish and transgressive, hilarious and conceptual. A testament to its relevancy is ...Read more

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Jeremy

Great movie! Saw it at the brattle theater in cambridge, wish it was available through my library

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Drew

nihil

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Anonymous

One of my favorite movies!!

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Christopher

Put it on! Start the movie! You won't regret it!

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Brad

This movie is a gift. What a spell!

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Jonathan

It is astonishing that Vera Chytilova is a largely little-known director in the U.S. yet DAISIES is a justifiable cornerstone of the Czech New Wave and equal in its remarkable intensity and inventiveness to Agnes Varda’s better-known CLEO FROM 5 to 7. It is as close to an essential film as ...Read more

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Anonymous

Best laugh , best line, "the spoons are so heavy here" and great feminist commentary

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