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An involving and exciting inside look at some of the most middle-of-nowhere outdoors art ever made, “Troublemakers: The Story of Land Art” is a brief 72-minute documentary that covers a lot of territory, both literally and figuratively.
Though visitors to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art will be familiar with Michael Heizer’s outdoor “Levitated Mass,” not all of them will be able to place the artist and his work into the movement that nurtured him as confidently as this film does.
As director James Crump informs us at the start, land art began in the mid-1960s with a radical idea that bubbled up from a group of artists and theoreticians living in hermetic Manhattan.
These men — and initially they were almost all men — dreamed a dream of art on a monumental scale, art that would be too big to fit into the puny walls of galleries.
The #OscarsSoWhite uproar over the lack of diversity in the Academy Award nominations the last two years and the subsequent call by some for a boycott of the ceremony played a role in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences changing the rules regarding the organization’s membership.
But boycotts are nothing new in academy history.
When Jason Sudeikis was making the Farrelly brothers’ 2011 comedy “Hall Pass,” writer-director Peter Farrelly told the comic actor he reminded him of Jack Lemmon, the everyman Oscar winner who was equally adept at comedy and drama.
“I’m flattered by the comparison, especially given the breath of what I have done to this point,” Sudeikis, 40, said recently.
“Rams” is named not only in honor of the sheep that are central to its story but also because of two men, as hardheaded and rambunctious as they come, who are devoted to the sheep but can’t stand each other.
Written and directed by Grimur Hakonarson and winner of the Un Certain Regard prize at Cannes, “Rams” is the latest in a series of excellent films to come out of Iceland, including dramas like “The Deep,” “Jar City,” “Noi Albinoi” and “101 Reykjavik.”
Serious and moving but also with a bleaker than bleak Scandinavian sense of humor, “Rams” is so much its own film that figuring out where its unusual, unpredictable plot will end up is difficult if not impossible.
Director Hakonarson has a documentary background, and he and cinematographer Sturla Brandth Grovlen (who did the eye-catching “Victoria”) have shot “Rams” in Budardalur, in the north of Iceland, an area of remote and stunning landscapes that always engage the eye.
The two men in question not only can’t stand each other, they are bearded bachelor brothers who haven’t spoken to each other in 40 years though they’ve spent all that time living on adjoining sheep-raising farms.
Younger brother Gummi (Sigurour Sigurjonsson) is a quiet man, with soft eyes sunken deeply into a soulful face.
Beth Tweddle, a former Olympic bronze medalist in gymnastics, is recovering in an Austrian hospital after undergoing neck surgery following a fall while training for a winter sports reality television show.
The three-time world gymnastics champion crashed into a barrier Saturday while preparing for "The Jump," a show on Britain's Channel 4 where celebrities and sports stars attempt acrobatic winter sports feats.
Tweddle's parents, Ann and Jerry Tweddle, wrote on their daughter's website that surgeons "took a piece of bone from her hip and used it to fuse the two vertebrae that were fractured, along with pinning them together.