There are interesting themes here that poses different questions to the viewer that are left without answers. It is very right from an artist's POV, to not give us answers. Because there aren't fixed answers to anything. Physics deals with uncertainty & so is the life of every human being. They are inherently connected whether we like it or not.
A very artistic but predictable movie with one too many Clichés. If not for the way it was filmed, this would have been a hopeless movie because of the script. The problem with this film is that it's caught up in the genre; whether it was a giallo or a horror. Wouldn't be surprised if Stanley Kubrick got inspired by this movie for "Shining".
If i were to use a single word to describe the movie, it has to be 'Intense'. From the beginning to end, the movie never slows down. At the same time, we are witnessing a masterclass in story writing with some outstanding cinematography at outdoor spaces.
From the first two films I have seen of Gosha, I would say he liked his protagonists to be a sort of rebel who wanted freedom desperately but once they get what they wanted,…
The first movie that came to my mind after I entered into this movie is "Picnic on the Grass (1959)" by Jean Renoir. Suddenly a few minutes later, there is a scene where Renoir's movie is shown on T.V. Coincidence? I think not. Renoir was an inspiration for so many directors & so he must have influenced Agnès Varda too.
Renoir's movie was a satire about how man is infatuated with science and how far he is willing to go to…