Seijun Suzuki is one hell of a man just in style alone. More or less a noir mob story, Youth of the Beast is like Yojimbo with no space for honor or integrity. The triple-crossing is intelligent and if you blink, you'll definitely miss something. The theatrics are enough to warrant a watch for anybody.
Woman In The Dunes surpassed my expectations when I went into it blindly. Hiroshi Teshigahara created something extremely unique and that's just an understatement.
Woman In The Dunes is seriously unnerving as madness descended upon Junpei Niki (Eiji Okada) as he tries to escape the sand dune. I was uncomfortable and it felt claustrophobic to say the least.
Sand constantly reigning upon the house seemed like a nightmare after each occurrence. It played as a character of its own and it felt…
This is the third film I have seen from Buñuel and I have to say I am certainly impressed to say the least. The surrealism from him is truly unmatched and it says a lot about societial conflicts, the pressure from being confined to one class, and the desires in which each individual craves. Many have stated that this film is a representation of dualities. Specifically, rich and poor, luxuries and necessities, religion and spirituality, and finally, life and death.…