i’ve seen that almost everybody who has seen this movie always say at the end that this is the one movie they would never ever watch again, and i completely 100% understand that. yet i am in my 4th watch now and i’m always so drawn to it. i am constantly in awe of it. one of the reasons why i keep coming back to it is because i am in love with this films ANGER. it’s full of deep,…
“you’ll spend eternity with angels and ghosts.”
film is the most special thing ever. peoples hard work, stories, heartbreaks and lives get a chance to be immortalized and celebrated forever in this medium. babylon is one of the few films to be able to describe that and it does it in a way that will never ever leave you. this is what going to the cinema and movies are all about man.
i owe everything to gregg araki. i think it would be impossible to explain how visceral and transcendental his work and especially this film have been to me since i first watched it at 15. there’s not an hour of every day when i don’t think of this movie. this film just understands everything about me. i still remember finishing it for the first time; in utter shock and disbelief after that ending and that specific feeling of euphoria has just grown bigger after time.