Favorite films

  • Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom
  • Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans
  • Fanny and Alexander
  • At Land

Recent activity

  • The Mirror Has Two Faces

  • Invisible to the Eye

  • The Guest


  • Ida


Recent reviews

  • The Mirror Has Two Faces

    The Mirror Has Two Faces

    As Gregor Samsa awoke one morning from uneasy dreams, he found himself having Lauren Bacall as his mother, Jeff Bridges as his husband and Pierce Brosnan as his ex/new romantic interest. I want to be Gregor Samsa.

    The rest is Le miroir a deux faces. Catchier lines though🤝🏻

  • Invisible to the Eye

    Invisible to the Eye

    As a future historian myself, I realize I can't rate this film. I have some complicated feelings about it since I'm between "don't be so nostalgic" and "don't pretend such a cold-hearted technical geek". That's why I'll go only over my take on the textual material but let me first confess, I couldn't feel technically satisfied because of the camera use and effects that look so artificial for such a mingled narrative. The use of non-diegetic sound and music also…

Popular reviews

  • No Man of Her Own

    No Man of Her Own


    Your inner paparazzi: If I can stand any creepy card shark, that would only be Clark Gable. Plus, what chemistry are you talking about? Don't you see how uncomfortable Lombard is in this? She doesn't like you yet Gable, take it easy.

  • Never Rarely Sometimes Always

    Never Rarely Sometimes Always


    A female director, feminist agenda, familiar(ized) story...
    One of the mistakes the audience should not make is to ask what's new. There surely are unusual contemporary stories to be told in cinema that somehow claims to have a political concern, and besides nothing technically new in the movie. However, this is exactly the bottom line that needs to be problemitized. At least the first thing to say when looking at the previous (Eastern) European equivalents of the story or other…