Arthur92998’s review published on Letterboxd:
I think about that day
I left him at a Greyhound station
West of Santa Fé
We were seventeen, but he was sweet and it was true
Still I did what I had to do
'Cause I just knew
Summer: Sunday nights
We'd sink into our seats
Right as they dimmed out all the lights
A Technicolor world made out of music and machine
It called me to be on that screen
And live inside each scene..."
My heart was pumping, my eyes were almost tearful by the end and i had a huge smile on my face. Holy Shit. No other release to date had hit me so hard since "Boyhood". All Hail Damien Chazelle! Damn, he's 31 and has made Whiplash and now THIS! He has a great future ahead of him. Honestly, if i were a boss of a big Hollywood studio right now, i would let him do whatever he wants.
P.S: So Ryan Gosling, I haven't seen many movies with you (*cough* Drive *cough*), but you already stole my heart. I hope Blade Runner 2049 it's good! Send a kiss to Emma!
My plans next week is to watch it again! However... there's "The Handmaiden" and "Manchester by the Sea" to check out. Urgh, i hate the brazilian movie calendar.