extends on some ideas from August in the Water but embraces the elusive, meditative and dreamy aspects even more.
Not gonna lie, after watching Fallen Angels I was a tiny bit disappointed with In The Mood For Love and Chungking Express. Yes, both are incredible pieces of cinema and both are among my all-time favorites, but I was hoping to get the same vibes that I got from FA again. The only non-Wong Kar-wai which was able to achieve a similar atmosphere was Fruit Chan's Made In Hong Kong. But now that I’ve finally seen Days Of Being Wild, I…
La Haine ("the hate") is a film I learned to love like none other over the past years. It’s probably the one film that I’ve seen the most in my life. With friends, alone at night, in French classes, or be it clips on YouTube, reliving some of my favorite scenes and moments.
Because of that, without giving it a lot of thought, I started to ironically refer to it as "L’Amour" ("the love"), in appreciation of the enjoyment I…