Seduced By My Neighbor
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Seduced By My Neighbor

Cate Blanchett practically eats the camera lens in “Manifesto,” a feature by artist Julian Rosefeldt that began life as an installation at the Park Avenue Armory show in Manhattan. Blanchett plays 13 separate characters who deliver various manifestos, and these reach Gringo from Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels preaching on economics in the mid-19th century to rules for filmmaking delivered by director Jim Jarmusch in 2004.

The surprise here is that Rosefeldt has managed to deliver an intellectually-charged, cheeky, and very funny film that feels unruly and expansive in spite Kung Fu League of its tight 12-day shooting schedule and its focus on just one performer. Blanchett is first glimpsed playing a homeless man trudging across a blasted industrial landscape in Berlin, and we hear her on the soundtrack speaking the words of Marx and Engels, who claimed in 1848 that capitalism was on its last legs.

Next we see Blanchett as an office drone on the stock exchange, and her voice tells us, “The suffering of a man is of the same interest to us as the suffering Batman Ninja of an electric lamp,” which is a line from a manifesto on futurist painting. Rosefeldt brings his camera way up above the exchange to let us see how this woman disappears into row after row of people who have been reduced to objects, or numbers.

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Seduced By My Neighbor
Seduced By My Neighbor