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  • Synecdoche, New York
  • In the Mood for Love
  • CachΓ©
  • Taste of Cherry

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  • New York, New York

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  • Taste of Cherry

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  • Raging Bull

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  • Stop Making Sense

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  • New York, New York

    New York, New York

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    wise, old, jovial, family man, highly regarded, indie-film producing, legendary status-attained auteur mr. martin scorsese

    > makes the wolf of wall street.


    cocaine-snorting, Quaalude-popping, balls-to-the-walls tripping, high as kite, 2X speed talking, crazy-eyed mArTy scOrSeSe

    > make surprisingly heartfelt musical new york, new york.



    seriously, how can you hate this man???

  • Taste of Cherry

    Taste of Cherry

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    The Absurdity of Suicide

    But in the end, one needs more courage to live than to kill himself" - Albert Camus

    Arguably the most debated philosophical problem in history, it's moral, ethical and religious reasonings entangled in mystery and misunderstanding; suicide is, due to a lack of words, confusing. Some cases hold meaning; an honourable death, an unfortunate last straw attempt to escape from societal pressures or an act of patriotism albeit the latter is quite a stretch. These acts…

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  • Come and See

    Come and See

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    A village elder warning children to not dig up the earth.

    An FW 189 fighter, ominously watching over the Belorussian fields.

    A boy and girl frolicking in the rain amongst towering trees.

    The severed foot of a soldier blown off by a mine.

    The twitching eyeball of a slaughtered cow.

    Bullets whizzing over a barren field, red-hot and relentless, mowing anything in it's path.

    Burning buildings

    Screaming men, women, children

    Soldiers
    Blood.
    Mud.
    Gasoline.
    Corpses.

    The face of a boy…

  • Distant

    Distant

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    Uzak is about distance.

    The distance between rich and poor

    The distance between the literate and the illiterate

    The distance between the ones in the city and the ones in the village.

    The distance between thought and words.

    The distance between past and present.

    It's a distance that keeps us prisoner in our solitary shell.

    A distance we can either learn from or suffer in silence

    A haunting, unhurried exploration of loneliness, sadness and disconnect, Nuri Bilge Ceylan's paralysingly beautiful…