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  • And Then We Danced

    And Then We Danced


    Oh wow. So beautiful in every sense of the word. The characters, the relationships, the dance, the music, the intimacy, the cinematography... I just fell in love with the movie. Very good performance by Levan Gelbakhiani too, his portrayal is so tender and sweet but really powerful (that last scene !!).

    The scenes with Abba and Robyn too. Ugggh, so much beauty.

    Such an important subject too. Reading about the troubles the crew went through to get this done made it so much more precious.

  • Atonement



    I can finally hop on the bandwagon and proudly say 'FUCK YOU BRIONY'. My boy Robbie should have let her drowned.
    Ugh, why do I even watch these period romance dramas when I already know my heart's gonna break?

    Just a little detail, but kudos for the casting director for actually casting french actors to play the french characters. It doesn't happen very often.

    Also, the cinematography really is breathtaking. The tracking shot of Dunkirk is one of the most…

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  • Adaptation.



    I knew Adaptation. was somewhat autobiographical based on Kaufman's writer block, but I had no idea it was going to be like this! This is the most meta thing I've ever seen.
    And only him can pull this off, it was both hilarious and anxiety-inducing, just like Being John Malkovich. So brillant. Nicolas Cage is really good in these roles.
    So heartbreaking to recognize yourself in the main character though, minus the talent Kaufman has of course. .. Hahaha... Ha...…

  • Synonyms



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Français, regardez moi. Vous m'avez sauvé une fois, maintenant je suis venu pour vous sauver. La République sombre. Une petite fuite de plus en plus élargie. Moi même quand je suis arrivé ici, l'écoulement de la baignoire m'a englouti.

    Tu n'as aucune idée de la chance que tu as d'être français.

    Sometimes you just have to listen to a foreigner speak your language to be reminded of the beauty of it. The script really is beautiful, I have no idea…