DanielSegal

DanielSegal

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All right, Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up

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Favorite films

  • Pulp Fiction
  • The Silence of the Lambs
  • The Shining
  • Audition

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  • Bo Burnham: Inside

    ★★★★

  • Pig

    ★★★½

  • The Neighbors' Window

    ★★★

  • L'Atalante

    ★★★★

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  • Soul

    Soul

    ★★★★½

                                Life is the purpose 



    A journey through the human psyche, our yearnings, anxieties, our deepest and darkest fears and the purposes of life. Add to that the theme of life after death, culturally different within each type of society and always discussed with caution and the mission of each one in the universe. All of this in a cinematographic style that keeps Pixar at the highest level:…

  • Rope

    Rope

    ★★★★½

    When Nietzsche Wept and Thanos rejoiced

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  • Bo Burnham: Inside

    Bo Burnham: Inside

    ★★★★

    Healing the world with comedy

    Within the bleak scenario that a pandemic can cause, laughing doesn't seem intuitive. However, cinema has always been the art of transforming what affects us most into a coping mechanism. It makes us look at a screen and understand through audio, image and montage what surrounds us. Life imitates art. Life needs her. Within this paradigm, there is the most complex cinematographic genre of all: Comedy. Its origin is derived from the Greek tragedy. One…

  • Pig

    Pig

    ★★★½

    Cast not pearls before swine

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    Brave work made by Sarnoski, where he creates an extremely contemplative film, with characters in search of redemption and painful returns to the past, but which practically does not tell the story of any of the cast members. Perhaps this causes a distancing from the viewer, who will see each destination that appears on the screen already sealed. We're not sure how…

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  • A Clockwork Orange

    A Clockwork Orange

    ★★★★★

    What a glorious feeling,
    And I'm happy again.

    In one of the most important works of the seventh art, Kubrick manages to provoke entire generations, even today, putting his finger on the wound of a society that contemplates, naturalizes and trivializes violence.

    If there is a possible genre to describe perhaps the greatest film director of all time ,would be a fetishist art, which is meticulously attached to details and metrics, where everything fits together as if it were theatricalized.…