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No matter where you go, you are always the same person, that makes this film interesting and I want to say educational.
He chooses random images (one sex scene, in particular, seems like pure provocation) to make an artful, though emotionally distant, experiment of a film.
We know he's depressed and suicidal, but little is explained about Hart Crane's relationships with various male lovers or his family.
The Broken Tower was written & directed by James Franco as an academic dissertation for which I hope he was awarded a High Distinction by his supervisor. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Barnaud
Great film by an awesome director. James Franco is so amazing. Love itPublished 2 months ago by margaret rosales
Did you ever see a photograph of Hart Crane? The late Bob Hoskins might have been a better fit. But that wouldn't have fit so well with Franco's narcissistic and so self-indulgent... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Maria Luisa Silvei Casel
Very grateful to have a film biography of Hart Crane. Not a dull, sanitized documentary (memories of Voices and Visions). Read morePublished 5 months ago by John Michael Albert
The best part of this movie was reading the reviews written by some very educated people. Maybe Mr. Read morePublished 8 months ago by michael saitta
A disjointed view of the poet Hart Cranes life. The movie is mostly silent, and if it does have dialogue it is mumbled, taking place during his writing of the "voyage... Read morePublished 9 months ago by surefiremiss
I love James Franco so I loved this. If you don't like him don't watch it as you'll probably find it a bit annoying and dull. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Roman R
Leaden acting, wooden directing, self-indulgent hubristic art garbage. But at least you get to see James Franco felating a prosthetic. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Wolfsegg