Incredibly headstrong in direction and tone, but it just works.
Kristen Stewart could've had atleast half an hour more screentime though! I feel robbed!
An elegy to privileged art. Aaranofsky: white, rich, western, straight, cis, male - unleashes a 'stream of consciousness'-esque rampage that gradually drills through this pulsating, anxiety-filled film and mirrors the chaos of modern times. Bardem's character, the privileged artist, is the outsider who observes and profits from that chaos and the pain of others experience, while perpetuating it permanently.
The void of his existence doesn't give him the ability to tell personal stories except the one of love. But he…
Berlinale 2017 Film #06
How do I even start...
I read the novel when I was about 15 and it had a big impact on me, I don't think I would have been out yet if it wasn't for Andre Aciman's beautifully written story about a summer that changed everything.
Over time I kind of forgot that the novel existed, which is a shame, but thank god this movie was going into production, so that I decided to reread the…