I don’t understand my taste either so good luck
“Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.”
A man dreams of an extraordinary scientific breakthrough. He tinkers with the idea in the back of his mind while moving closer to gaining the capability to achieve it. After some time, his ability increases and The American Dream rings true. He succeeds. And after he finds out that it has done what it needed to do he exits a building to noise.
It’s a kind of visceral sound…
- Why do you come here?
- Why do you?
- Cause I’m having ego problems. I want to be worshipped and adored.
Yeah, it’s supposedly a murder mystery where a cop tries to find out who’s killing a bunch of gay men but it’s also an insanely detailed story about self discovery? The atmosphere here is so incredibly gay it’s hard to believe that a straight man directed and starred in this.
The ambiguity is really key to the…
Something really special. I feel like the way this decides to show instead of telling the narrative is a fitting choice. The score was phenomenal and the acting was incredibly realistic. At times I felt like it slipped into documentary in a good way. So many moments feel almost too real in a way.
I’m enthralled by the entire aesthetic of the movie. Many of the shots feel very intentional and choices with writing feel incredibly nuanced. I feel like…
A lot of ideas being thrown around here but the core one about how fickle vitality is the most potent to me. Someone can become what everyone’s talking about one day and become hated or ignored the next. Attempts to use the moment for personal gain are either fleeting or squashed. Inevitably the moment passes. While the cultural footprint of what they did remains the person does not unless they want to remain. But there’s a lot they’re gonna have…
“She sure is young isn’t she? Like a little girl.”
Does what Marie-Antoinette (2005) did for Marie-Antoinette for Priscilla Presley. That movie was a biopic blended itself with the coming-of-age genre in order to humanize her. This essentially feels like a kind of dark fairytale. Priscilla’s brought into Elvis Presley’s in the way of the dreams of many young girls around the world. There are times she enjoys it but it drains her. It takes years away from her.