Some names you think you got right. While you might wonder about the 'Fiennes' in Ralph Fiennes ('fines'? 'fi-ens'? fee-ens'?)…
A young Italian actress embarks on a self-destructive spree of sex, drugs and other excess while doing some soul searching to find the path for redemption.
Italian actress and celebrity daughter Asia Argento has a sizeable cult following thanks to her acting in numerous Italian features and in two works by her esteemed director-father Dario Argento (Trauma and most remarkably in The Stendhal Syndrome). Elevated to stardom and celebrity by her early twenties, Asia’s ambition apparently could not be satiated and she was soon a published author of short works and a filmmaker in her own regard, with acclaim for her documentary Abel/Asia about her working relationship with director Abel Ferrara, long considered one of America’s most provocative auteurs. According to Argento it was Ferrara who suggested she should direct her own work. With her first feature, shot mostly on digital video, Scarlet Diva, she made…
Asia Argento's tasteless but sexy Euro trash character study of a girl gone wild is a guilty pleasure. Ahead of its time. Curiously, Lena Dunham is getting a lot of praise for what Asia did over a decade ago. Go figure.
This movie tries hard to be biographical, sexy, and gritty and almost succeeds in places. Experimental camera work, means a lot of red so its a little harder to watch but you get used to it. the sex scenes were well shot and was not reduced to porn.
- Strange Days
- The Hunt
- Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives
- Deep Red
- The Red Shoes
- Red Desert
- Red State
Is red the most popular colour for film?
- 100 Million BC
- The 10th Victim
- 13 Ghosts
- 13 Moons
- 13 Seconds
These are the films I've amassed in my hoarding-levels of collecting movies. As I watch them, I'll delete them as…