Did you like the idea for Cloud Atlas but not the film? Then this might be your cup of tea.
It's not easy to describe this insane but utterly delightful film. It tells many stories that happen in different times but are all connected in some mysterious way. It might be as simple as the fertile fantasy of an author or as complicated as a magical world with strange laws and twists. It really does not matter how it is…
I just saw The Cook the Thief His Wife & Her Lover again or as I would call it, The Church, The Devil, Mankind and Jesus Christ.
There are probably many ways to look at and read The Cook the Thief His Wife & Her Lover but one of the most obvious one has to be a religious interpretation.
Through out the film a young boy with blond hair, who looks like a Cherub, sings verses from Psalm 51, where sins are…
I had forgotten how complex this film was. I saw it some 30 years ago and did not remember much from it. When watching it now I felt like I was left with more questions than answers.
What I did get from the film is that it is about (among many things) the crashes of desires. Stella wants to please her husband and sister. Stanley wants to have respect and enjoy his life with his wife. Blanche wants to live…