Favorite films

  • The Double Life of Véronique
  • Losing Ground
  • Cría cuervos…
  • Duvidha

Recent activity

  • Before Midnight


  • I May Destroy You

  • Before Sunset


  • Fake Fruit Factory

Recent reviews

  • I May Destroy You

    I May Destroy You

    watched this in one day and it was a Lot. in fetal position now until further notice

  • Before Sunset

    Before Sunset


    prompted talks with a friend on what he termed ‘always-dissonance’ & the mutable nature of skepticism (funny that jesse is so cynical in sunrise but becomes a reassuring voice of revivification for celine here - are her reflexive defences not more characteristic of a skeptic?) clumsiness in cathexis that speaks of unabashed display and resistance to image, the implications of dying in public, sincerity in affairs - like you/like you - innovative bench design and ice cream. i <3 this film…

Popular reviews

  • The Handmaiden

    The Handmaiden


    it's the intricacies of this story that draw me in most - the seamless way it reveals characters that are far more than one-dimensional, deepens the plot without becoming difficult to follow and misleads the audience along with certain characters. i usually prefer films that feel more like a snapshot than a story, but park chan-wook's storytelling is so meticulously crafted, with endless attention paid to every detail, that it evokes the same feeling of falling into what it is you're watching…

  • Columbus



    early in the film, a character asks the question “are we losing interest in everyday life?” what follows is a quietly tender story that, through intimate frames and dialogue, encourages us to take the time to notice all the magical subtleties of the world that are often easy to overlook. although focused on the mundanities of the day-to-day, columbus still manages to slip its audience into a dream.