A mad scientist with a Trump tan hunting down the future of the world (mostly Mexicans) at the border. Big corporations with GMO crops pushing out ”the little man” . Dehumanisation has left people ”not so human” fighting for their survival, as machines with their masters take over the world. Like a Terminator 2 – Judgement Day for the 21th century. A bleak and cynical image of near future America, and humanity as a whole. And in this world yet…
Duel at Diablo 1966
I don't know if it's the fact that I'm getting old or that I am a mother (or a combination of both) that made me react more than once over how insanely dangerous the stunts in this movie is. Just watching those wagons with wooden tires being pulled by horses in full speed over rocky terrain made me really worried. And speaking of rocks, all the men and horses falling down on the very same surface looked really dangerous and…
Vivre Sa Vie 1962
In Vivre Sa Vie we get to know Nana; a woman that dreams of becoming an actress and has one man for every occasion. She believes that mankind is free and are responsible for every action and emotion, and that's a belief that is put to the test as she starts to work as a prostitute...
Vivre Sa Vie has everything I love with Godard films. The melancholy, the fantastic dialogues, the innovative camera work, the social political commentary, beautiful…
Wetlands starts off like a Pussy Riot in the best possible way. I was intrigued, I was amused, happy and thought that this was awesome. We need a movie like this. But then it all went down the toilet. Literally.
I feared that this was going to be a case of "Fuck the pain away", and it saddens me that I was right. I get a little bit angry even. Why did she have to be so damaged? What's with…