Morricone Is God.
my memory is deceiving, I always need to rewatch
"A lesson on witchcraft that is certainly better than modern school ones."
Who knows if Christensen was aware at the time that boys, like me, of this millennium would have looked at his masterpiece.
A film of pure avant-garde for the time with very high quality technicalities, such as the reverse or the superimposed image, to "represent the witch/demon that rises to heaven".
The film is divided between a witchcraft history lesson with cinematic representations of the witches themselves, through…
"We all have a part within us that we don't think we have"
Aronofsky directs in a visionary way, but, for me, also in a quite simple way, a film that needs to tell the fragility of a woman who has yet to be fully known.
I found it simple, except for the fantastic final scene where Aronofsky's directorial quality is seen there.
The performances are spectacular, however, in the face of a somewhat sparse script.
Natalie Portman and Mila…
The two faces of the human being as Ying and Yang.
One of Kitano's best films, a strong film where violence is predominant but not only the visual one but also the mental one of the protagonist, psychophysically destroyed who has a double face, a violent man at work while a tender and fragile man with his wife .
The rest of the film is also shared with the protagonist's friend, who was confined to a wheelchair, a symbol of…
"Love is an uncontrollable feeling."
I haven't really seen this film for so many years and it makes me strange, and to see it again now, the story between Ben and Mrs Robinson is something familiar with what is happening in my life now, but with a much more positive twist.
The film is Ben's moral change, from the transition from adolescence to adulthood, taking place through love, with him not very ready for the changes in life.