Seen in theaters.
A Clockwork Orange - 🤚🤚❗❗
Funeral Parade of Roses - 👌👌
I relate to Eddie, though i do not want to be like him. The scene where he kisses his own mirrored reflection, invoked a powerful feeling in me - of knowing that i want things, long for them, but knowing also that not all wishes can be granted. As much as i know that i won't (and can't) go as far as these "queens" portrayed being "queens", i understand that feeling of longing - it was one of the most dramatic points of the movie.
Another movie about a man trapped in a small town with creepy people... THIS IS THE BEST ONE YET.
Zerograd is one of the weirdest films you'll ever see (Just read the description) but i dont think the bizarreness overshadows the brilliance of it, just like the creations of David Lynch. This is a film that never answers its questions nor reveals its mystery, but philosophizes its inspiration and brings the source of our fear into light; the feeling or…
-what is your greatest ambition in life?
-to be immortal.. and then die.
Jean Luc Godard is the master of making me sad, and he's perhaps even more masterful at, well, movies in general. Breathless, and how many times it has been called a "masterpiece", proves that. This movie is beautiful.