Favorite films

  • The Third Generation
  • Gemini
  • Tropical Malady
  • Ticket of No Return

Recent activity

  • Today We're Playing Boss


  • Out of the Blue


  • The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie


  • Trouble Every Day


Recent reviews

  • Gemini



    the line goes a little bit further whenever you thought you got it, but isn't a human's mind twisted and tricky itself? 
    visually mesmerizing horror of the mind playing on duality and boundaries lability. romance, anguish, class dynamics, respectable masks hiding dark and raw instincts. it's all blurry and it has you hooked at the same time. the death of self. birth. a frame of calmness adorning stunning compositions then frantic surreal storms blowing all away. yes if crushes on films were possible I'd have one on Gemini

  • Singapore Sling

    Singapore Sling


    An arthouse, grotesque and twisted attempt of genre deconstruction/parody, absolutely fucked up in any kind of moral views and disturbing but.. interesting
    Singapore Sling constantly travels through a contrast between the beauty of setting and costumes (half a star for some outfits being exactly my dreamlike style) and a garnishing erotic aura the cinematography contributes to, it all gives beautiful visuals. what's happening in said visuals is a strong contrast of elegance and content extremism. 
    A deranged spiral of noir-splotation…

Popular reviews

  • Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom

    Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom


    Might start saying that I truly appreciate and really like this movie for its intentions and purposes as clearly I can't say what I saw was actually, enjoyable. it isn't. This film is extremely intelligent, and it's not hard to understand why it's still up to this days one of the most talked for its controversy, but I think it takes courage to come up with a film like Salò in 1975, as I'm no special for telling you Pasolini…