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  • The Conformist

    The Conformist


    jean-louis trintignant (talking about him in particular because i'm waist-high in his filmography at the moment and also this is one of the greatest films i've seen in my whole life and am otherwise at a loss for words, lmao) is probably the only person who could pull off this particular role because of his ability to play both deep repression, desperation, and cowardice as much as cool stoicism—he shifts effortlessly between having a character who is the former perform…

  • Fahrenheit 451

    Fahrenheit 451


    i was so worried about this one, mainly because in his letters truffaut talks about wanting to make this film for five years (he signed on to direct this project in either 1960 or 1962 i think, then spent such a long time working on the script while financing for the project was happening in the background, that eventually he decided to take a break to write and direct THE SOFT SKIN because the adaptation part was so exhausting to…

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  • It's Always Fair Weather

    It's Always Fair Weather


    completely enamored with cyd charisse and dolores gray in this movie!!!!! and of course gene kelly and of course the roller skating tap dance number which i’d already seen many times but never fails to make me smile. about to bump “thanks a lot, but no thanks” until i die <3, the line “i’ve got a guy that’s clifton webb and marlon brando combined” made me scream ???? also there’s a bit where a guy fully steps on gene kelly’s ass. i love cinemascope musicals so fucking Much

  • Lift You Up

    Lift You Up


    if you saw me crying a bit to this movie at the new orleans airport today, no you didn’t

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  • House of Gucci

    House of Gucci


    i am simply thinking about:
    1) al pacino’s entrance in the film is that he is looking at a tabloid photo of adam driver and lady gaga and he says, “whaaaat is thiiIIiissss”
    2) a character alive, saying a thing, cut to IMMEDIATELY, that character dead in casket alskdks it made me laugh
    3) lady gaga really hamming it up sucking on a spoon she used to stir her coffee

    so silly, somehow adam driver is the least unhinged person…

  • Maurice



    maurice is one of my favorite films because it isn't afraid to exist within duplicities. it is delicate and messy, heartbreaking and joyous, precise and passionate. i love every second.

    something i noticed on this viewing is the film's theme of what is natural vs. what is unnatural. maurice is constantly surrounded by plants, greenery, and other parts of nature; for example when he and clive lie in the field together, it is a moment when both characters are doing…