Favorite films

  • Merrily We Go to Hell
  • Naked
  • Endless Poetry
  • Céline and Julie Go Boating

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  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    ★★★★★

  • Anaïs in Love

    ★★★★

  • In the Soup

    ★★★★

  • All About Eve

    ★★★★½

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  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once

    As a film lover, I found Everything Everywhere All at Once to be an absolute blast, a well-crafted science fiction film with incredible performances and a great approach to its thematic material. However, as someone with a deep investment in postmodern literature and existential philosophy (as I assume most of us are to some degree), the film works on a very different level. There’s a degree of frustration that comes from watching this film – not directly from the project…

  • Anaïs in Love

    Anaïs in Love

    ★★★★

    There aren’t too many films that can attest to being as genuinely smart and insightful about its subject matter as Anaïs in Love, a film that makes its intentions very clear, showing us that it is aiming to exist as a very simple but effective meditation on a number of vital themes. Concepts around self-identity, the inevitability of ageing and, perhaps most importantly, the fact that love and romance does not ever expire unless one actively chooses to stop pursuing…

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  • Thanos and Despina

    Thanos and Despina

    ★★★★

    "Thanos and Despina is a film that doesn’t only not make much sense, it openly embraces its absurdity. What is most remarkable about the film is that it isn’t attempting to be a devilishly clever satire – based on the premise, its not obvious in any way that the story would go in such unexpected directions. It’s a truly bewildering experience, but one that is done with such precision, it never falls victim to self-indulgence or ridicule in any way,…

  • Annette

    Annette

    ★★★★★

    There aren’t many ways to easily encapsulate the true scope of this film in terms of the thematic content that underpins it. It’s a revelatory experience, a feeling of rebirth – it challenges us and invites us to look behind the veneer, not only of fame, but of life in general. This is a truly exceptional voyage into the deepest, most disconcerting recesses of the mind of a character we should not be this fascinated by, since everything about the…