A cinephile since 2000
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BEFORE SUNSET is just perfection and cinema at its finest, just like previous movie, Before Sunrise. In this case we saw Jesse and Celine reunited nine years after the events of Sunrise. This time with more honesty between the characters’ dialogue, but so excessive telling their insecurities, life decisions, frustrations and loneliness. At the same time, both characters are obliquely telling their feelings that are still there after nine years without seeing themselves.
Richard Linklater made the screenplay with both…
CRITERION COLLECTION SPINE #888
STALKER is the poetic, philosophical, ambitious, unique sci-fi that I didn’t expect from acclaimed Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky. From what I have heard, Tarkovsky did not had a type to gave easy answers. He normally put the viewers to an incredible experience of narrative for critical analysis. In Stalker, he did a serious movie for viewers to take their own evaluations about what they saw and interpreted.
The movie is literally slow, but it should be…
MAD GOD is the true example of how to have patience over the years to create a nightmarishly, haunting, surreal, pleasantly fiendish, apocalyptic flick through stop-motion animation. I was immersed throughout the movie and its visuals. A spectacle that is not for everyone. You leave it in Phil Tippett’s hands and, meticulously, the experience is one you have never seen. Beautiful and masterful work.
NOMADLAND is emotional, natural, deep, and is a movie with which I can connect with the real definition of empathy. Watching this I felt I was receiving a warm hug of the characters, who looked like they were just acting and it was more than that. Chloé Zhao’s human work of art that pushes us to keep going to be heartfelt about every scene in our lives, including the portrayal of every single person going through needs. Her direction is…