Favorite films

  • Taipei Suicide Story
  • 3-Iron
  • All That Heaven Allows
  • Days of Being Wild

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  • The Birds


  • Dressed to Kill


Recent reviews

  • Il Sorpasso

    Il Sorpasso


    Dino Risi’s character study in this film and idiosyncratic relationship between two unlikely friends with distinct personalities is one significant piece of its period and to us, especially on the technical aspect and its screenplay.

    While overlooking its façade, this simple road comedic adventure is also an insightful implication towards human beings in terms of their dissimilarities as individuals, that is already well-renowned yet perfectly executed by Risi. Bruno’s boisterous persona and toxic masculinity, later the interaction with the shy…

  • Taipei Suicide Story

    Taipei Suicide Story


    Two alienated souls come together. One searching for purpose and one contented with no purpose. Devastating.

    Taipei Suicide Story is a simple yet very effective film, given its short runtime– addressing the most serious topic one can put into film. The dark under tone is accompanied by the vibrance of color seen in the hotel and streets of Taipei, which is ironic given its theme.

    However, I see the shed of light and colors representing life, hope and new beggining…

Popular reviews

  • In the Mood for Love

    In the Mood for Love


    “He remembers those vanished years. As though looking through a dusty window pane, the past is something he could see, but not touch. And everything he sees is blurred and indistinct.”

    In The Mood for Love is a quintessential film conveying the well known notion, movies/films contemplate art. Its beauty resonates within and is beyond words. 

    The main purpose of this post is not a review but serves as an appreciation recognizing the work of a masterful director, Wong Kar-Wai. …

  • As I Was Moving Ahead Occasionally I Saw Brief Glimpses of Beauty

    As I Was Moving Ahead Occasionally I Saw Brief Glimpses of Beauty


    This film is so pure, so innocent, so genuine, so wholesome and consequently the desired effects  it produces alters once sensations, energy, empathy, as well as pleasure like ecstasy without resorting to such. I truly believe Jonas Mekas has reached the ultimate paradise. This film perfectly encapsulates memories and happiness in its truest form. I felt like I was part of his life, that I became a fragment of him when I watched every single second of this 4 hours…