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|Release Date Waste Land Oct 29, 2010 Limited Genres Waste Land : Documentary,Musical & Performing Arts,Art House & International|
|Total Vote User Waste Land : Visitor|
|User Ranting Waste Land : 4.3|
|User Percentage For Waste Land : 89 %|
|User Count Like for Waste Land : 6,104|
|All Critics Ranting For Waste Land : 8.1|
|All Critics Count For Waste Land : 68|
|All Critics Percentage For Waste Land : 100 %|
Actors For Waste Land
|Vik Muniz,Fabio Ghivelder,Sebastiao Carlos Dos Sant...,Jose Carlos da Silva Bala...,Suelem Pereira Dias,Isis Rodrigues Garros,Leide Laurentina da Silva,Valter Dos Santos,Magna de Franca Santos|
Waste Land Movie Review
|I do not mean to make their lives seem easy or pleasant. It is miserable work, even after they grow accustomed to the smell. But it is useful work, and I have been thinking much about the happiness to be found by work that is honest and valuable. |
Roger Ebert-Chicago Sun-Times
It shows us how artists find ideas and concepts for their work from the most unlikely sources, and it demonstrates the power of art to spark curiosity and cultural awareness in even the poorest, most underprivileged people.
Rene Rodriguez-Miami Herald
While we await the definitive documentary about the glut of garbage, "Waste Land" reduces this global catastrophe to touchingly human scale.
Joe Williams-St. Louis Post-Dispatch
It's sheer pleasure watching Muniz work -- seeing him seized by mad impulses of delight.
Stephen Cole-Globe and Mail
"Waste Land" is a testament that things can go from good to bad in an instant. But they can also improve just as quickly.
Stephanie Merry-Washington Post
It's not a very good title, Waste Land - this isn't a bleak film, at all - but just about everything else in Lucy Walker's documentary works, and illuminates.
Steven Rea-Philadelphia Inquirer
This conversion of garbage into humanitarian aid is just the beginning. Practical charity gives way to life-changing intimacy.
The breadth of gratitude these catadores feel towards Muniz and the life-experience they undertake makes for an intelligent, emotional movie.
Waste Land is a real treasure, the sort of heartwarming and life affirming study of people, lacking in both sentimentality and cynicism, that uplifts the audience and elevates the art form
Waste Land fuses the design concepts behind two of the most high-profile animations of recent years, Rio and the Oscar-winning Wall-E, into an essay about how hard some people are prepared to work.
Graham Young-Birmingham Post
The result is a film that works on multiple levels, casting light on a worldwide problem while delivering a big jolt of human hope.
Robert W. Butler-Kansas City Star
Muniz is a gifted, modest and altogether delightful man, and his project is both aesthetically fascinating and philosophically stimulating.
Philip French-Guardian [UK]
It's inspiring, humbling and beautifully made.
Henry Fitzherbert-Daily Express
A well-made and often uplifting film that refuses to get angry yet still manages to point out that things aren't as they should be for a great many.
Derek Malcolm-This is London
More self-conscious, subtle exploration than the dubious bleeding-heart PR stunt implied by its premise.
Well made and impressively structured, this is a heartwarming, genuinely inspirational and ultimately deeply moving film that has deservedly picked up an Oscar nomination for Best Documentary.
The glimpses of favela life will make you thank your lucky stars you weren't born there.
Perhaps not life-changing but certainly life-affirming.
Jason Goodyer-Little White Lies
This is undoubtedly a bold raid into an unknown territory - both geographic and conceptual - that the prosperous classes prefer not to think about.
Peter Bradshaw-Guardian [UK]
Walker finds inspiration and strange beauty in the squalor.
Tim Robey-Daily Telegraph
As in her memorable Blindsight, in which sightless climbers took on Everest, Walker celebrates the indomitability of the human spirit.
Nigel Andrews-Financial Times
A remarkable testament to working class lives and the unifying power of art, Waste Land is a rare thing - a film that makes you proud to be human.
Elliott Noble-Sky Movies
Compelling and vivid, it's another fine piece of work from an up-and-coming talent.
Nev Pierce-Empire Magazine
A reminder of humanity's ability to transcend its surroundings through art or just plain optimism.
Matt Glasby-Total Film
Walker's documentary is moving, life-affirming and challenges what you think you might know about these people who pick through the rubbish.
Amber Wilkinson-Eye for Film
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