Favorite films

  • Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
  • Stalker
  • Horace and Pete
  • F for Fake

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  • Fargo

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  • Blue Jasmine

  • Blood Simple

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  • The Evil Dead

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  • El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie

    El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie

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    77/100
    Spoilers for the ending of "Breaking Bad" only:


    Jesse Pinkman is on the run. Do we need to know what happens next? Well, this movie sure answers this question with a resounding yes, even if you truly want to or not. I didn't feel like it was made for nothing, or that it doesn't add anything new to the characters.

    All throughout the film, the action is non-stop, and Pinkman finds himself in some really tense situations which got…

  • Anima

    Anima

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    It's 15 minutes long. It's on Netflix, available to stream.

    100/100

    Imagine this: Just you and that person, that memory. What do you see?

    Running through the streets of a small French town that looks too much like Paris at the crack of dawn. Free. Away from problems. Anything feels possible.

    ANIMA is a reminder of the past, the fragility of the present and the uncertainty of the future.

    It's something I rewatch rarely since it feels really special, and…

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  • Rashomon

    Rashomon

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    93/100

    In times of trouble, how reliable are memories? This is the question posed by Rashomon, an undeniably great movie made by Kurosawa.

    A story told many times again, with a common purpose in mind - to allow the audience to think of how skewed memories become when faced with unwanted truths.

    We all want to stay away from bad things happening to us, but also, I feel like at times, people are willing to go there, knowing that subconsciously…

  • The Red Shoes

    The Red Shoes

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    97/100

    To give your soul to art is one of the most noble things a person can do, and yet, there are times when, against all odds, something more powerful comes into play - love.

    A fine example of what cinema is capable to achieve, this story tells of a tale of love and dance, against the backdrop of a ballet called "The Red Shoes". The story is quite straightforward for the most part, yet, when the movie hits its…