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  • Twin Peaks: The Return

    Twin Peaks: The Return


    Sometimes I began thinking there is only so much that I can take in watching what I initially perceived as tedium coming from David Lynch and Mark Frost in The Return. However, rewatching I see it more as an observation of the lives of these personalities through Lynch's wild manifestation of the world around them and the idiosyncratic characteristics that come from their actions. Something that I began to reminisce about with season two of the original series.

    I understand…

  • Three Colors: Red

    Three Colors: Red


    The prominence within the Three Colors trilogy resonates around its ideological thematic delivery. Three Colors: Blue and Three Colors: White excel at presenting the respective pertinence of personal independence and interpersonal equality, all within the frameworks of Kieślowski's eye for poetic displays. But I believe that Three Colors: Red not only participates within this filmmaking scope but actively delivers on a storytelling marvel that transcends the context of its trilogy and can easily stand alone as a masterpiece of cinematic…

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  • The Cranes Are Flying

    The Cranes Are Flying


    this could be the best film i've ever seen.

    that isn't true now, but i want to believe that in the future it will be so.

  • Cafe Noir

    Cafe Noir

    harryToday at 2:05 AM
    this movie a msterpiece tbh

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  • On the Silver Globe

    On the Silver Globe


    The duality of man and deity presented within the scopes of a new world realized to its primal developments. Man and superstition are inherently flawed in their systems, as portrayed within the first and second halves of the film. What happens when one is suddenly forced to start a civilization, with only a couple of individuals to usher it along? Fruitfulness, development, and chaos. The latter emphasized throughout by Andrzej Żuławski and his overall thesis regarding humanity. In this film,…

  • November



    I'm not going to attempt as though I understood every single idea the film was conveying. And I don't believe that's the point of it, to begin with. So I'm simply going by the feelings that I had while watching it.

    A folklore, a fantasy that aims to defy the normalities of the world, a pagan fever dream that manifests philosophical ideas about humanity and its role with nature.

    Visually arresting with its high-contrast black-and-white photography that never ceased to…