This is officially the 224th best film ever.
The philosophical question is, of course, “it this film from Armenia”? It was created during the Soviet era, so it’s a bit iffy, I guess, but, you know:
Anyway, this is a (sorta) non-narrative film, and consists of static tableaux. This may sound kinda portentous and pretentious, but it’s kinda funny. And pretty.
The Colour of Pomegranates. Sergei Parajanov. 1969. nil.
- 6 parts pomegranate juice
- 2 parts vodka
- 1 part Grand Marnier
- dash of orange blossom water
Shake with ice and pour into cocktail glass. Garnish with pomegranate kernels and lemon peel.
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