i’m a film addict, absolutely crazy about cinema- jean-luc godard
favourites: films i have/want tattooed
absolutely adored enys men loved the progression of it all, it’s glorious to look at and has some of my favourite editing of the year.
jenkin’s has some amazing ideas and executes them perfectly. mary woodvine gives a brilliant performance especially since she’s the main focus throughout the entire film.
and after the film my friend and i spoke to mark jenkin and we talked about he use of film and him making a music video for thom yorke after…
watched this on saturday and yeah it’s brilliant, park chan-wook builds up some easy techniques and utilises them all throughout the film.
the pacing is brilliant, got this entire section that’s hilarious but quite at the same time and it’s about i’ve cream.
first film without chung-hoon chung in 20 years but ji-yong kim did a phenomenal job, some amazing crane shots and gorgeous closeups.
the handmaiden being wook’s last film, i was incredibly intrigued coming from a period peace…
brought back one of my earliest memories, my dad even has it on his mantle piece. the only holiday where both my parents and half siblings we’re together all covered in that nostalgic mud, i can remember the photo being taken just nothing before or after that moment.
turkey is my family’s go to holiday destination and there’s only one time that matches this and i was the same age as sophie, but instead of my dad, i lived with…
in may 2019, i wanted to get more into film, seeing a random poster of adam sandler that said punch-drunk love on it and wondering why it didn’t look like the other films he had made.
after watching it i felt something new, a new interest, a new beginning. wanting to understand lighting because of the lenses flares, the way the camera did some amazing shots.
i just wanted to understand how he pta made it, then i went in a…