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Tarology 2013 TV-G

Tarology follows Enrique through the streets of New York City as he shows us how to see the tarot - not superstitiously, but through the eyes of an artist - and how we are surrounded everyday by both the beauty and the symbolism of this ancient and often misunderstood tradition.

Starring:
Enrique Enriquez
Runtime:
1 hour, 19 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Documentary
Director Chris Deleo
Starring Enrique Enriquez
Studio Filmworks Entertainment
MPAA rating TV-G
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It was a well made documentary on one man's opinion of which I don't subscribe. However, I did appreciate his view of the Tarot and many people interviewed helped keep the documentary balanced.
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What the heck was that? I believe it was a very long documentary. I thought I would learn more from it. Some say Enrique is a genius. I was disappointed.
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The doc felt more like a cult of personality, who is Enrique, rather than what he was trying to accomplish. He kept talking about looking at the cards but throughout the piece the viewer is never led on any journey or process to understand his point of view except for incidentally. I felt disappointed over all.
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I am brand new. Had a rushed chance reading, and got hooked on the idea. Lots of research, then I found this wonderful film. It let me just relax a bit and look at the cards. I am using The Rider deck, but I think I will check out his! Fun film, great humor, and yes, a little bit of cult of personality! Hard to resist.
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Enrique Enriquez is a true poet within Tarot circles, and this movie captures his style beautifully. It's a pleasurable and insightful viewing and I highly recommend it for anyone who enjoys Tarot.
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By KMS on January 7, 2015
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Never even finished watching.
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Enrique's approach is active, unique, and refreshing in many ways. I never much cared for the Marseilles deck before seeing the film, but I "get it" now much more than before. He reminds us to let the cards speak for themselves in place and time, and not to get bogged down with memorization. I like that his approach is based in art and motion. He explains how to, essentially, pull on a unique, distinct thread to unravel a story from the tapestry laying before you in the cards. And he does an excellent job with that.

Where he lost me was in kind of "preaching" about what the Tarot is and isn't. In breaking from an approach he perceives as limited and rigid, he's created his own limitations and structure. He doesn't subscribe to the esoteric approach, which is fine. I see where he's coming from. I personally think there is an inherent esoteric, occult aspect to the Tarot. Coming from my background in esoteric occultism, the Tarot is loaded with symbolism and meaning that speaks to me on that level. I think Tarot is all of these things; it is a story, a tool, a cipher, and much more. The tarot is multifaceted. His perspective illuminates one facet.

The film is definitely worth watching. It's a fresh approach that I appreciate, even though I don't agree 100%. But it starts the kind of critical dialogue and debate that we need to keep things interesting and moving forward.
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