Pusher is the directorial debut of Nicolas Winding Refn, a director whose films I’ve watched quite a few of recently. I’ve had mixed feelings with these, I loved The Neon Demon, found Drive and Only God Forgives to be okay and strongly disliked Bronson.
I liked a lot of the camerawork in this as well as the music, it felt fast paced and matched the chaos and recklessness of the story. I loved the character of Tonny and Mads Mikkelsens…
I relate to and feel it’s common amongst children to want to understand and know our parents better, what their life was like as a child, what are their deepest fears, what things make them truly happy? It’s something that director Céline Sciamma captures so beautifully in this film, the yearning for a better understanding of our parents.
This film felt like exactly what I needed right now and I’m very thankful that this was made. It’s a film about…
A mostly quiet and atmospheric film, The Juniper Tree reminded me of Ingmar Bergman’s The Virgin Spring. I loved the haunting feel of the film and it’s sound, also got to hear some Bjork vocals too which was a treat. This is a dark story and I liked how it was presented, there is a feeling of uneasiness for a lot of the film. My flaws with it however would be its acting only in parts. The film also at…