Eat. Prey. Love.
Well aware it's not for everybody but I had so much fun. I love how Gaudagnino does the best of both worlds with an extra artistic editing.
For the love of Bowie, that was loud. And I wouldn't mind if the director/writer/editor didn't take "in your face" so literally.
If it wasn't these loud random montages for no reason that gave you a massive headache, it would be actually quite a nice ride. But the creator decided to show his vision so much he extended these painful moments for another half an hour and absolutely killed the vibe.
I can understand audio-visual collage he was trying to…
I've always been as analogue as possible but this showed me how to deal with my digital side and be at piece with both sides. Right now it's too complicated to live completely analogue but it's great there are people who make it possible in at least some percentage.
I'm still a 3-notebook-girl with a lot of paper books and proper printer for photos (I'm a bad enough photographer so I enjoy the luxury of not too expensive repeats). And this film was a heartwarming experience that there are people who care about that stuff and want the world to enjoy it, too.