🏳️‍⚧️ Diana Geraldine 🏳️‍⚧️

🏳️‍⚧️ Diana Geraldine 🏳️‍⚧️


Favorite films

  • Batman
  • The Shining
  • GoodFellas
  • North by Northwest

Recent activity

  • The Stendhal Syndrome


  • Trauma


  • Obi-Wan Kenobi


  • From Russia with Love


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  • Possession


    Without you I wouldn't feel anything at all!

    In Berlin, a woman's bizarre behavior toward her husband and son, geared towards a macabre new interest in a mysterious crumbling apartment block leads those around her into discovering horrific realities, full of sex, gore, the presence of soul, and the strangest portrayal of identity.
    Possession is both hilarious and disturbing, and stretches your mind in five different directions while watching it. Fueled by Isabelle Adjani's incredible performance and chemistry along with…

  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    In solitude, I felt the liberty you spoke of. But I also felt I missed you.

    Absolute intimacy, care, and the pangs of heartbreak drive director Céline Sciamma's pristinely silent vision in Portrait de la jeune fille en feu. In the freshest visuals, we dwell in an isolated world without men, yet their patriarchal influence is everywhere... Héloïse is a woman brought back from the convent to fall into a marriage she did not endorse, and Marianne is to paint…

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  • The Stendhal Syndrome

    The Stendhal Syndrome

    My feeling is so profound that it borders on pity. All this speaks clearly to my soul. Ah, if only I could forget it.

    [Dario Argento- 12/20]
    A movie with a bite which only comes a little later. Fascinating mystery, really loved the weird psychology at play, of course an asset to any good Argento giallo. The first half wasn’t as captivating aside from Anna’s trance states (with weird use of CGI, though I’ll give it a pass given that…

  • Trauma


    You did it! You did it! You did it!

    [Dario Argento- 11/20]
    I love the essence of style that Argento brings to this film, and it’s very visually striking (the rotating shot entering the house is incredible). Loved the mystery, and the creepy payoff is definitely worthwhile. Asia Argento and Christopher Rydell work well as a team in here, and it’s very well put together. Definitely one of Argento’s compelling mysteries.

    However, what’s up with him being that creepy around…

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