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  • Oslo, August 31st

    Oslo, August 31st

    I didn‘t watch the film, but I just want to ask if there is any way to die quietly? I can‘t afford the fact that I‘m about to finish the fourth year and my mental illness and my psychological status as a whole didn‘t change, but even got worst instead.
    I can‘t get rid of the drastic feeling that makes me uncomfortable, upsetting, and emotionally unsettling all the time. The schizophrenia and loneliness are just nothing but makes me going…

  • Still the Water

    Still the Water


    Halfway through my second film with Naomi Kawase‘s Still The Water, despite the heavily meaningful details that the story were demonstrates, it does not feel as intensely contemplative and insightfully observational as her modern masterpiece: The Mourning Forest (2007); and while the second half has pretty much effectively emotional moments and spontaneously existential dialogues, which both were delivered passionately poetic, but not as much as The Mourning Forest, of course, the first half has failed with several issues that made…

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  • Climax



    Birth and death are extraordinary experiences.

    Gaspar Noé‘s Climax is a massive piece of the strangeness which is a tough place to get into. Climax is a special film that seemingly will not everyone like it clearly. It is monumental film of wierdness that shows a crazy atmosphere of madness which looks like a messy, but there is a truth behind every single scene that called: unbelievable messy. Gaspar Noé created
    a fascinating, emotional, and an incredible cinematic masterpiece that…

  • Long Day's Journey Into Night

    Long Day's Journey Into Night


    “Everything about you is a mystery.”

    An unforgettable tremendous cinematic achievement in the 21st century.