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  • Princess Mononoke
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  • Fallen Angels

    ★★★★

  • Adam's Apples

    ★★★★

  • The Witch

    ★★★★

  • Bergman Island

    ★★★

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  • Fallen Angels

    Fallen Angels

    ★★★★

    First review: letterboxd.com/thommy1801/film/fallen-angels/

    “Fallen Angels”, the sequel in spirit to “Chungking Express”, can be described as a romantic crime noir, but above all, it´s a sentimental and artistic mood piece capturing the feelings of loneliness, love, and belonging in the big city. The more Wong Kar-wai films I see, the more I fall in love with his special way to make “vibes only” movies. Together with his cinematographer Christopher Doyle, he films Hong Kong in a way that can only…

  • Adam's Apples

    Adam's Apples

    ★★★★

    “Adam´s Apples” is my second Anders Thomas Jensen film after “The Green Butchers”, and it´s definitely noticeable that those two movies have the same director. Not only do they share several actors (Mads Mikkelsen never disappoints), they also both feature bizarre characters, absurd situations, and humor so black you almost can´t recognize it as such. I mean, you know you´re watching a provocative movie when a freaking neo nazi is the most “normal” character, his constant WTF facial expressions mirroring…

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  • Tenet

    Tenet

    ★★★½

    This was my first cinema visit since the beginning of March, so for that reason alone, it was a memorable event for me.

    “Tenet” itself is Christopher Nolan being more Nolan than ever, for better or worse. You just have to admire his originality, ambition, and desire to push the limits of the medium as well as the uncompromising way with which he executes his vision. “Tenet” is a challenging and cerebral high concept sci fi film with an interesting…

  • The Witch

    The Witch

    ★★★★

    Revisiting the film a few years later, I get the feeling that every atmospheric slow-burn arthouse horror film that came after it tried to be the new “The Witch”, with only a handful of them succeeding (the two Ari Aster films come to mind). As an absolute statement, this isn´t true, of course (and for example “It Follows” was released a year earlier), but I think you can say that “The Witch” is one of the most influential horror films…