Sigur Ros Movie At The Cable Car

inniInni — the second live Sigur Ros film following Heima — starts a short run tomorrow, Friday, at the Cable Car Cinema. A recent review in the New York Times had this to say,

The best concert films achieve a marriage of sound and image that feels effortlessly harmonious, and in that regard “Inni,” a musical portrait of the Icelandic band Sigur Ros, leaves most of its genre in the dust. Captured mainly in a dreamlike haze of throbbing black and white that perfectly mirrors the band’s haunting, otherworldly songs, this eccentric profile is a shimmering example of what it means to show rather than tell.

Not rated, 75 minutes, schedule of showtimes.

Runs Friday, November 18 through Wednesday, November 23, Cable Car Cinema, 204 South Main Street, 272.3970

3 thoughts on “Sigur Ros Movie At The Cable Car”

  1. This is a fantastic band whose ethereal songs, sung in their native Icelandic, are able to able to build beautiful and powerful songs, while constructing them with fragile mood and atmosphere. “Heima”, which can be viewed in it’s entirety on YouTube, was a touching and personal look at the band’s connection to their fans and their homeland. I am looking forward to getting lost in this next film, and enjoying the sights and sounds presented by this talented group of musicians.

  2. Sigur Ros was one of the best live shows I have ever seen – can’t wait to see this film. Jack must be a classic rock guy.

  3. This is a terrible band whose gibberish is just one step above elevator music. What a waste of time.

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