Antonio Gaudi (film)
|Directed by||Hiroshi Teshigahara|
Antonio Gaudi is a 1984 Japanese documentary film by Hiroshi Teshigahara about the works of Antoni Gaudi. In the film the director visits the buildings including houses in Barcelona and the Sagrada Família.
The Village Voice wrote a review describing the film as "Something of a passion project, completed decades after an earlier visit by the director, the film is given over to an eager, rolling catalog of Gaudí's fin de siècle works sans much voiceover or any explanatory text". The New York Times wrote that "Much of the imagery in 'Gaudi' is nothing less than astounding in its beauty and boldness, and the blending of a neo-Gothic mysticism and grandeur with an Art Nouveau line and a surreal apprehension of the power of nature".
- Rapold, Nicolas (October 28, 2008). "Village Voice Review". Village Voice. Retrieved January 19, 2010.
- Holden, Stephen (February 27, 1998). "A Musical Tour of Architecture as an Ode to Fertility". New York Times. Retrieved January 19, 2010.
- Antonio Gaudi at AllMovie
- Antonio Gaudi at the Internet Movie Database
- Antonio Gaudi at Rotten Tomatoes
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