Un effet proustien fascinant.
everyone is everyone
"At once both a cunning continuation of the original film and a profound reinvention of it, DaCosta transforms the urban legend of Candyman from a demonic terror representative of the horrors of the black experience into a quasi antihero unto himself, reclaiming his collective trauma as a symbol of power rather than establishing him–and his legend–as a victim to it. What if Candyman wasn't a representation of the cycle of evil but a product of it, an angry and impassioned…
A veritable smorgasbord for the senses.
A film that manages to capture the joys in the most banal of moments in life. Perhaps Pixar's most mature work to date, this is less a kid's film than it is an adult's film. It provides a ravishing ode to gestures, touches, smiles, and pithy, pointless conversations. Leaving the movie theater, you can't help but feel ebullient and want to sing in the rain. The most hopeful existential film I've ever seen (writing this down almost feels like an oxymoron).
A film that portrays ferocity and hatred so viscerally. A truly cathartic experience from the first frame to the final shot. The suspense builds so masterfully, until the thread finally snaps.
"Jusqu'ici tout va bien... Jusqu'ici tout va bien. Mais l'important, c'est pas la chute. C'est l'atterrissage."