Diogo Brüggemann

Diogo Brüggemann Pro

Favorite films

  • And Then We Danced
  • Arrival
  • Spirited Away
  • The Blair Witch Project

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  • Wild Summon

    ★★★★½

  • Gorka

    ★★★★

  • Visible Mending

    ★★

  • Festival of Slaps

    ★★

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  • A Dog's Will

    A Dog's Will

    ★★★★★

    Such a unique product of Brazilian culture, who would have thought this little film would create so much drama among cinephiles worldwide.
    But congrats, Letterboxd racist trolls. You finally won!
    You complained so hard about this film and others being on top of lists Letterboxd finally listened and changed its rating algorithm to be just like you: racist!

  • Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes

    Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes

    ★★★★★

    OMG!!! This is the most incredible little movie I have ever seen!!!

    I'm so happy I watched it, I can't even describe how much I enjoyed it, seriously. Confusing, but very well organized, the film respects its own rules and creates this awesome universe with endless possibilities. I didn't want it to ever end, it was just so much fun! The actors were amazing, the camera work was perfect and the story was cute and original. All of that with…

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  • Wild Summon

    Wild Summon

    ★★★★½

    An incredible animation with stunning visuals and a narration that brings emotional depth, Wild Summon is wild and deeply emotional in its dramatization of the life ciclo of salmons.

  • Gorka

    Gorka

    ★★★★

    A great premise mostly well executed, Gorka is funny and dramatic in good levels.

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  • Passages

    Passages

    ★½

    Sundance 2023

    This is what "The Worst Person in the World" would be if its protagonist was actually the worst person in the world. Because the protagonist of Passages is truly awful. And awfully developed as well, he is just mean to everyone around him because he wants to, no subtlety, no reasons, just a terrible person. From that, there is not a lot of places we can go, which is sad because the secondary characters were way more interesting than the main one and deserved a better story.

  • The Man with the Answers

    The Man with the Answers

    ★★★★½

    Gorgeous GPS-less young gay men go on a road trip from southern Italy to the German Alps while getting to know each other.

    That's it, cute and unpretentious, this movie starts slow and is far from perfect when it comes to technical aspects and even writing. But at the same time, the strong final act, the down to earth atmosphere, the honest acting, the amazing soundtrack, and the jaw-dropping setting makes this much more memorable than one could imagine. Not…