Bella, a badass: *throws plastic bottle into the river*
Me: but what about environmental pollution?
Kirsten Johnson delivers a touching memoir full of humanity. Through bits and pieces of footage from her years of work, we get to see glimpses of other people's lives, from around the world.
What I take from this beautiful film is the connection between people and places, and the juxtaposition of emotions that both carry through history.
This film is a masterpiece, everything that constitutes it is marvelous, from every alegory that conveys the amazing feeling of freedom by doing what you love, to the representation of being tormented by the same reason.
Technically speaking, The Red Shoes is a deligh to the eye, not only due to the colors poping everywhere, but thanks to the amazing composition of tons of frames and scenes -that were perfectly crafted-. Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger were complete geniuses.