Limitations breed the best art sometimes and this film is proof of such. A beautiful, esoteric portrait of a man who waged war again the colour grey, imagined himself to be Marilyn Monroe and had a singular vision like not many do. John Ridley understands the man and the period and the result is a subtle, impressionist work.
Marion Cottillard is a conduit for the everyday minutia of anxiety and depression in the most elegant of ways. It's her best performance by a mile, the simplicity of her struggle, rendered in small gestures, the lines of her face swelling and receding, she is truly beautiful in her fragility.
Normally, in our interactions with people we are rarely witness to their internal battlefields, as they put up a wall to hide their shame and pain. With Two Days, One…
Either Damien Chazelle is a failed musician OR he's an old world, stodgy judge at brass band competitions who is probably also a failed musician. In reality, he's a film director and he's made one of the most frustrating films of 2014.
Whiplash is the by-product of music being stripped of it's creativity, innovation and soul. It's a film about a young man who strives for excellence in an environment that praises technical proficiency and exactness over humanity and the…