Clark

Every film that I encounter overrated or undervalued, w/ opinion I think.

Favorite films

  • Suspiria
  • The Neon Demon
  • mother!
  • The Stand

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  • Providence

  • Magnus

  • Homerun

  • Venus on the Half-Shell

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  • Providence

    Providence

    Providence is an exercise in integral narrative. With bold writing, Alain Resnais tries to capture the origin of the creative process, its irrational logic, as well as the links with the reality in which it sprouts. Even if complex, exercise is more or less achieved. Now, as with few films, a second viewing can be extremely enlightening.

    It is not a masterpiece, but a good film that due to elective affinities can become a great film for some people. To highlight…

  • Magnus

    Magnus

    A Norwegian cultural treasure. After only having seeing the first two episodes in 2019 (Cannes series). I was finally able to resume and saw the remaining four chapters of this beautiful, fun and surreal TV show; and I would like to say: I’m the only one who understands the complexity of this cinematically ambitious masterpiece? I could get into the rabbit hole of this in the coming weeks. In fact, I did it and I also discovered the incredible composer…

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  • The Night Clerk

    The Night Clerk

    tye sheridan if you read this i'm free on thursday and would like to hang out please respond to this and then hang out with me <3 we can hug each other affectionately and maybe some french kisses and well all that. on thursday when i'm free

    Oh boy oh boy oh boy oh boy

  • The Great Dictator

    The Great Dictator

    What to say about such a wonderful film like this, I think we can understand the message that Charlie Chaplin transmits to us in the current context. We have to defend the freedom and democracy of those crazy people who want to take them away from us for their megalomaniac interests.

    This film is prior to World War II. It is exciting to see her knowing all the atrocities that arose during 1939-1945 and thinking that the only thing Chaplin…