Release Date Ten Canoes Jun 1, 2007 Wide
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Movie Overview For Ten Canoes
TagLine Ten Canoes
Trailer For Ten Canoes
Actors For Ten CanoesCrusoe Kurddal,Jamie Dayindi Gulpilil Da...,Jamie Gulpilil,Richard Birrinbirrin,Peter Minygululu,Frances Djulibing,Sonia Djarrabarlminym,Cassandra Malangarri Bake...,Philip Gudthaykudthay,David Gulpilil
Genres Ten Canoes : Drama,Action & Adventure,Comedy
Visitor Ranting & Critics For Ten CanoesUser Ranting Ten Canoes : 3.7
User Percentage For Ten Canoes : 75 %
User Count Like for Ten Canoes : 6,594
All Critics Ranting For Ten Canoes : 7.7
All Critics Count For Ten Canoes : 62
All Critics Percentage For Ten Canoes : 98 %
Review For Ten CanoesSometimes all it takes to bridge the chasm of eons is a little humor.
Desson Thomson-Washington Post
Gulpilil is the canny, subtle and funny narrator of 10 Canoes, a film of unutterable beauty, hypnotic fascination and universal humanity.
Richard Nilsen-Arizona Republic
Parts of that narrative are surprisingly frank and irreverent.
John Hartl-Seattle Times
It's worth putting up with the meandering story to see the aboriginal world shown from a fresh perspective.
Colin Covert-Minneapolis Star Tribune
Audacious and impressive, but challenging work, requiring steadfast concentration.
Kevin Thomas-Los Angeles Times
Australian writer-director Rolf de Heer is an extremely visual filmmaker, and his images stay with you. Ten Canoes' authenticity is guaranteed by a close collaboration with the Aboriginal community.
Ruthe Stein-San Francisco Chronicle
A unique and entertaining blend of anthropology and cinema.
The fable is a fascinating ethnographic document that satisfies just like any well told story.
Dennis Schwartz-Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Really a fairly amazing achievement: an engrossing, witty cultural document that doesn't feel staid in the least. All this, plus spear fights.
Andrew Wright-The Stranger (Seattle, WA)
A study of community and ritual, Ten Canoes celebrates as it contemplates, emphasizing the fact that this collection of stories, Gulpilil's story in its many layers, is seen.
Cynthia Fuchs-Nitrate Online
As much an anthropology exercise as a cinematic experience, the Australian Ten Canoes goes back nearly a millennium to immerse us in the lives of the Aborigines who survived on the land centuries before the arrival of Europeans.
Robert W. Butler-Kansas City Star
A new and different kind of cinematic mythmaking.
Josh Rosenblatt-Austin Chronicle
... a top-flight example of cinematic storytelling ...
Bill White-Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Ten Canoes is a celebration of the art of storytelling, and of the power of stories to transcend all barriers of space, time and language. This is a movie with sheer magic in it.
Scott Foundas-L.A. Weekly
It is rare that film can transport its audience to a strange, unfamiliar, yet entrancing world. Ten Canoes, an Australian movie that tells an ancient Yolngu tale, presents such an extraordinary experience.
Emily S. Mendel-culturevulture.net
A wonderful celebration of storytelling that should translate to any audience in any world.
Jeffrey M. Anderson-Combustible Celluloid
...takes us deep into another world while telling a story of the human condition with wisdom, heart and humor.
One of the best films of the year and what will become an ageless standard in preserving and depicting aborigine culture and the tragicomedy of the human race.
Ron Wilkinson-Monsters and Critics