Extraordinary play adapted into a movie. It got all the potentials.. surreal characters and analogical montages rooted in a family on the verge of a breakdown but I think some of its meritorious magic got lost in translation. I found it kinda messy and bleak in the non-cohesive way. But cmon I ain't a critic.
"What counts for me is not one act but life in its entirety."
Èric Rohmer on fire!! This one might be his most philosophical film in full fledged and climactic form. Both agenda and ambiguity of relationships presented via his elongated conversations-- very investing. There's a scene in the snow which practically makes me remagine the ending of Drive my Car with the guy and his deceased wife... magical. Really loved all the characters esp Jean-louis. Love and life! Gosh I love French cinema🇫🇷💘
Yes 3rd watch!
I appreciate it more and more on repeated viewings.
C'mon, It's a Sci-fi you have never experienced before. It's the whole phenomenon. It's the faith you can't betray. (I have been waiting for this film for almost two years. I was sold the moment they announced that Denis Villeneuve will helm the direction with Timothée Chalamet as the protagonist.)
It can give u the greatest theatre experience of ur life.
House of Atreides
Right from Denis' vision…