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Ten Minutes Older: The Trumpet (2002)

This series of vignettes offers ruminations on time, fate and other human mysteries, Each of the film's seven directors conjures a scenario that speaks to some facet of universal experience.

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Víctor Erice (segment), Werner Herzog (segment) | 4 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Markku Peltola ... (segment "Dogs Have No Hell")
Kati Outinen ... (segment "Dogs Have No Hell")
Marko Haavisto Marko Haavisto ... (segment "Dogs Have No Hell")
Ana Sofia Liaño Ana Sofia Liaño ... (segment "Lifeline")
Pelayo Suarez Pelayo Suarez ... (segment "Lifeline")
Celia Poo Celia Poo ... (segment "Lifeline")
José Antonio Amieva José Antonio Amieva ... (segment "Lifeline")
Fernando García Toriello Fernando García Toriello ... (segment "Lifeline")
Chloë Sevigny ... (segment "Int. Trailer Night")
Charles Esten ... Bill (segment "Twelve Miles to Trona")
Amber Tamblyn ... Kate (segment "Twelve Miles to Trona")
Yuanzheng Feng Yuanzheng Feng ... (segment "100 Flowers Hidden Deep")
Le Geng ... (segment "100 Flowers Hidden Deep") (as Geng Le)
Yixiang Li ... (segment "100 Flowers Hidden Deep") (as Qiang Li)
Jin Zhang ... (segment "100 Flowers Hidden Deep")
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This series of vignettes offers ruminations on time, fate and other human mysteries, Each of the film's seven directors conjures a scenario that speaks to some facet of universal experience.

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Release Date:

19 December 2002 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

10 minut pózniej - Trabka See more »

Filming Locations:

Amazonas, Brazil See more »

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Dolby

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1.37 : 1
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Victor Erice's segment was originally filmed in color. At the eleventh hour the director decided to print it in black & white. See more »

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Followed by Ten Minutes Older: The Cello (2002) See more »

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Not always coherent but engaging
12 June 2016 | by ms-52486See all my reviews

Seven directors and their view of time. Or maybe I should say six: Spice Lee's contribution might be interesting in another context, but seems misplaced here.

The opening quote by Marc Aurel and the interludes with the melancholic trumpet and the flowing water feel a bit cheesy if you look at them in 2016.

Several other reviewers have provided synopses for the segments, so I will only review the moments that stand out for me: The big old cook/nurse in Victor Erice's short that makes us not only understand, but feel the human bond of an extended, close-knit Spanish household a few decades ago.

The tuberculous Indian warrior Tari in Herzog's short documentary, holding the white alarm clock to his head. It makes you cringe, because the scene makes him look like a true savage, almost like an animal. It touches you, because we know and, more importantly, the Indian knows that his time has run out.

The strange mixture of female beauty, loneliness, silence, and comedy of Jim Jarmusch's segment.

Chen Kaige gives us the moment where a group of simple minded, „modern" Chinese movers, who's brains have been dulled by the faceless progress that surrounds them, have a glimpse at the glory of their own unique past.

Most of these directors have the one unique gift, to make us feel interested in their story or characters after only a minute or two.

All in all, this collection of shorts does not always feel coherent, but maybe that wasn't the intention to begin with. It's like looking at short sketches of contemporary masters of cinema, and learning what they can do with 10 minutes of time, which is a lot. A very good way to spend a rainy Sunday afternoon.


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