This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
The story and characters were built very nicely in Carol.
The lesbian court was mutual and respectful mainly led by Carol, the veteran, and accepted by the rookie in love affairs, Therese, each with their own personality.
My only complaint is how it climaxed just before the overreacted "break up". Full on cunnilingus is not the most immediate way I'd think the first sexual contact between the two women would initiate. Much can be shown by the holding of hands…
If you want to dodge stupid shit on Brazilian broadcast television you won't turn your TV on at all. This was a great experiment that sadly could be repeated any day of the week with similar results.
There's no need of an editorial to show how broadcast systems snatch viewers in order to sacrifice them to sponsors.
"According to Dispatch, Mrs. Hong knew when she saw her husband's film 'Right Now, Wrong Then', starring Kim Min Hee, that the story contained his feelings for the actress. However, she's said to have suppressed her suspicions."
Hong Sang-soo should be careful hinting his affairs in films. Specially in a "ultra conservative" society like South Korea. Actually he should be careful of anything he writes from now on. It's widely known he likes to portray things close to him and…
It tells the story of a girl from 1979 and a guy from the year 2000 who can communicate through a HAM radio. The mediocre acting and the poor directing made the movie a little boring and made me cringe sometimes, but the plot twists turned it interesting enough for it to be a representant of the Korean cinema. Like every film that deals with temporal communication, it demanded wits (see Back to the Future triology) and also had some…