69 parts (2022) Film Review- Armessa Movie News


In today’s cinema it seems pretty hard to find intelligent scripts.

I don’t mean complex plots that seem tailor-made to confuse viewers at some point.I I’m talking about films that go beyond its primary concept, a sort of growth within genre boundaries.

69 parts is a silly movie. It doesn’t pretend to be anything other than that, and we’re fine with it. At least it’s not your average arrogant crime drama with a revelatory third act that takes way too long to arrive. Yes, it’s reckless in its execution, but the shift of pace that makes everything stumble in the ending comes from a correctly handled script and a director that knows the story (and its inspirations) well enough to know what can be done, and what can be discarded in the editing room. 

New York City, the 70s. A very diverse stage in which organized crime and optimism seem to be very common. Our perfect loser is Jack Anderson, a young law student with absolutely no money who’s trying to graduate in order to help his incarcerated father. Jack’s best friend offers solutions that don’t seem very safe but among those, he finds a loan from Dennis, a crime boss. 

This seems like a good idea. Unfortunately, things don’t go well in this deal but the mobster lets him know he can do something and be absolved: he needs to marry Ana, an illegal immigrant who is also Dennis’ girlfriend. 

If movies didn’t exist or testimony accounts were not as active for book adaptations, each of us would probably be a perfect Jack, completely oblivious to what can and can’t be done in a crime environment. He’s the reflection of us, the viewers, and not many comedies do this with a fair amount of authenticity. There’s a slapstick element in the lead’s performance that seems very controlled by Ari Taub, the film’s director.

Even if we try to surpass its “style statement” trait, we find ourselves dealing with a “far from serious” movie. Sometimes it works, and sometimes it feels like unnecessary stuffing. It’s excessive at some point regarding the portrayal of that NYC 70’s era. Some shots can be edited out and the movie would not suffer from that removal. Making an indie film, set in the 70’s, with a production value that can be limited, is very hard. Clichés can appear to be a garment of the movie but during its first act, the idiosyncrasies, traditions and even behaviors, work for building something. 

In Ari Taub’s journey at releasing his film, you may have come across a different version of “Parts”, and this is not a coincidence. There is more than 1 cut, and the latest (to be released in 2022) is a far better film. Why? It doesn’t delve in the humor that was excessive at first, and scenes are better adjusted to serve the plot line. 

69 parts is a movie that makes you forget there are no superstars in its cast. They are not essential for a script that works well, at a pace that keeps the plot very active, and does not overwhelm the viewer. As I said before 69 parts is silly, but who said “silly” cannot also be “intelligent”?

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