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Now! a short documentary film created in 1965 by Cuban filmmaker Santiago Alvarez.
The found footage used here reveals racial inequality, injustice, violence, civil rights and to take action as the main theme.
It includes a jarring music video synced in performed by Lena Horne, a civil rights activist, creating a dynamic and powerful testament to the need for social justice. Very Timely and relevant till this day.
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Title speaks for itself.
“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. …
1975’ Monty Python and the Holy Grail is a classic, brit comical, trippy, humorous and fun ride with the following present:
Best medieval misadventure adventure
Best side quest mission
Best one man siege
Best opening siege
Best final siege
Best oppressed peasant dialogue
Best disguised squires
Best rocket scientist/magician/prophet/wizard
Best collection of tales
Best use of horses
Best white rabbit
Best final boss
Best collection of almost dead bodies