Maevez

venezuelan living in colombia
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sometimes I write my thoughts here

Favorite films

  • Children of Men
  • Columbus
  • A Separation
  • Mikey and Nicky

Recent activity

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  • Night and Fog

  • Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father

  • The Iron Giant

  • Tower

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  • C'mon C'mon

    C'mon C'mon

    this is fucked up and THAT makes sense

    Mike Mills´ I Am Easy To Find is a shortfilm that has brought me comfort over the years in many times where I haven´t been too sure of how I feel. His ability to show compassion for the smallest moments of life really stayed with me and little did I know he was going to shatter my heart once again…

    Come on, come on, come on…

    Joaquin Phoenix shines and shows a…

  • The Medium

    The Medium

    The Medium shows us shamanism in Thailand through a family that seems to be cursed by all the great gods.

    At its best, it's an entertaining faux-docummentary that has some creative shots without recurring to the use of many jumpscares to have you at the edge of your seat, using a nihilistic backdrop for its story and delivering a great third act.

    It's at its worst when The Medium falls flat with the pacing on the first act and all…

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  • Sound of Metal

    Sound of Metal

    The tiring thing about life is the constant process of adaptation, it's terryfing how quickly everything you know about the world and about yourself can change. Not everyone adapts easily to these radical changes and Sound of Metal explores that with style, honesty and humanity.

    I didn't expect it to be as sensitive and empathic as it was, it makes you perceive everything around you as the character is experiencing it, Riz Ahmed's performance is painful and beautiful to look…

  • Children of Heaven

    Children of Heaven

    Children of Heaven is the story of Ali, a boy who lost his little sister's shoes and doesn't have money to buy her a new pair. This movie reminded me a lot of Where Is the Friend's Home? and now I'm 100% sure that the best movies about childhood can be found in iranian cinema, the way they portray kids experiencing guilt and the want and need of fixing their mistakes but being unable to is always heartbreaking.

    The idea…