A cinematic masterpiece.
Ultimate 1960s French vibe film. Haven't seen some kino in a while, so this was my breath of fresh air experience. Saw it in a theater 2k restoration version. I enjoyed this as a time capsule film and I'm excited to explore the rest of Varda's filmography. Very exotic, poetic and beautiful.
As soon as the clock turned 4 AM in the film at the climactic sequence, it was 4 AM for me irl, so I was extremely immersed at that point.
Anyways, I loved every second of this masterpiece. It was very tight, suspenseful and very minimalistic (in the best way possible). Although the title already spoils the film, I found myself to be on the edge of my seat, fearing for that man's life. The sound was used really well in this.
Nolan's incredibly structured narrative is what makes this film really stand out. The way the film's story is structured really immerses you into the mind of the main protagonist, who suffers from anterograde amnesia and tries to figure out who raped and killed his wife. The colored scenes go reverse, while B&W sequences are in chronological order. The twist at the end really makes this film a worth watch.
Its definitely one of his most rewarding films, once when you…