“ENDLESS POETRY is… testament to the relentless energy and undimmed ingenuity of its creator and a moving defense of the prerogatives of the imagination. Mr. Jodorowsky is a poet in the broadest sense, a restless artist whose temperament isn’t wedded to any particular form. He seems to embrace cinema out of convenience. He can’t beam his visions directly into your brain, or tattoo his words on your body, but this is the next best thing.” – A.O. Scott, New York Times
The great filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky (SANTA SANGRE, EL TOPO, THE HOLY MOUNTAIN) returns to the screen with this densely layered and deeply meaningful exercise in autobiography and reflection. Jodorowsky takes us back to his years as a young man in the 1940s as artistic ferment swells around him in the bohemian quarters of Santiago, Chile. Beautifully shot by Christopher Doyle, this film is worthy of placement alongside the master’s greatest works.