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  • Review: Low intentions undercut high art of 'Paradise: Faith'

    Review: Low intentions undercut high art of 'Paradise: Faith'
    The second film in Austrian filmmaker Ulrich Seidl's "Paradise" trilogy, "Paradise: Faith," continues the director's fascination with pitifully deluded women undergoing humiliating blows to their dignity. After the deflating sex-tourism diorama that was "Paradise: Love," Seidl trains his unsparing, formalist eye on that protagonist's sister, Anna Maria (Maria Hofstätter), a devout Catholic who regularly self-flagellates, talks to Jesus like a cowed lover and spends her vacation time bringing door-to-door conversion (by way of a toted-around Virgin Mary statue) to unsuspecting apartment dwellers.
  • Review: 'Paradise: Hope' completes Ulrich Seidl trilogy with a touch of kindness

    "Paradise: Hope," the final chapter in Austrian director Ulrich Seidl's trilogy on the dissonance between the dreams and realities of women and girls, is the most hopeful — and the best — of this solid and unsettling series. With its quasi-...

    Best movies of 2012, according to John Waters

    Best movies of 2012, according to John Waters
    When trying to decide between one movie and another, consider asking yourself WWJW do? John Waters -- ever the connoisseur -- filled in ArtForum on his favorites from the year. The magazine asked Waters and a few other artists to share their favorite...

    'Paradise' runneth over for Ulrich Seidl

    'Paradise' runneth over for Ulrich Seidl
    Austrian director Ulrich Seidl makes a habit of blurring boundaries: his documentaries include staged scenes, and his dramas feature nonprofessional actors who are sometimes playing versions of themselves. But there is little middle ground when it comes...