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  • Life After Death from Above 1979

    Life After Death from Above 1979

    ★★★★

    This may be my favourite documentary about a music band because, rather than in the music or the band itself, it sets itself dead center on a very unusual but powerful friendship, its surrounding environment and how a life of hard work, creativity and subsequent moderate fame can destroy the link between 2 people in such a short period of time to a point of neglect and self-destruction that it seems almost impossible to think how it could've been even…

  • Love Exposure

    Love Exposure

    ★★★★★

    "Without love, I am nothing".
    I lost pretty much everything I had earlier this month. Not material things but the things that held most meaning to me: a sense of self that I could live in relative peace with, my home, had to left the city, but probably most important to me, I lost my love, forever. It was probably the relationship I thought I had the most chance to end up for my whole lifetime and I was very…

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  • Tokyo Story

    Tokyo Story

    ★★★★★

    This is the kind of story that cinema was made for. It tears you apart and puts you back together in the length of its own plot, and the brilliance of it resides mostly in the story itself: the script and the performances of the cast. The simplicity, complexity, beauty and brutality of everyday life, the real human relations we're born into and make along the paths of our lifetime, the interactions between these relations and the passing of time,…

  • Love Exposure

    Love Exposure

    ★★★★★

    I firmly believe this is the greatest film of all time. The 4 hours pass by so quickly the only thing I feel like doing after watching this piece is watching it again. Anything I say on here probably would never do this film justice about how good it is so you should just go watch it but I'm going to rant about how much I love this film anyway.
    The premise is so funny and witty and creative it…