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  • Burning



    Based off Murakami's short story "Barn Burning", it takes just several small scenes from the story and turns into a completely enveloping, poetic, eerie, and sophisticated work of storytelling leaving you feeling more and more uncomfortable hours following. After the film finished, every scene continued to play through my memory as I tried to piece together every little detail to decipher what truly happened. This is a film with its excellence truly emerging in the hours and days following it's end. Lee Chang-Dong really understands the subtleties of human psychology in terms of paranoia, intent, suspicion, and desire. What a powerful film. Definitely will watch again.

  • BPM (Beats per Minute)

    BPM (Beats per Minute)

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    I had high hopes for the film. While I do appreciate the care in character development of Nathan, I found that development for other characters lacking (such as his lover). The pacing of the film is slow, though understandably to hilight the struggle and daily life of the activist groups. I appreciated the couple of specific French language symbolism I caught, such as Nathan being afraid of death on his hospital bed, his lover trying to comfort him by giving…

Popular reviews

  • Phantom Thread

    Phantom Thread


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Phantom Thread is a true love story, unhinged in its ability to show how psychotic and tender (!?) love can be.

    The film delicate in its progression and powerful in its content. Shot with much of Daniel Day Lewis's character framed in tight shots make the large home seem confining as he bustles and stresses over his work. The cinematography plays well with the constricting background music of flourishing piano of the bourgeoise, to the point of confusion as body…

  • Call Me by Your Name

    Call Me by Your Name


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Here is literally my first draft of my thoughts immediately after watching this film (Lots of spoilers, lots of rambling, very extra):

    Sensuality, sexuality, as water.

    Archaeologist digs up pieces of a male figure from a shipwreck – dredging up. oliver and emilio touch the lips and the chest of the figure without looking at one another. pairs of swimtrunks hang on faucets, showing buldges through the fabric. The men have three conversations by an old basin of water while…