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  • Miracle Mile

    Miracle Mile

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    Probably the most accurate and coherent portrayal of what would've happened in the last few minutes before a nuclear war strikes.

    Just loved how everything was built around what could've been nothing but a prank call. Miracle Mile has the vibes of Martin Scorsese's After Hours applied to the nuclear tension of the Cold War, but it never stops being a story of love and loneliness.

    It was a fantastic experience, couldn't take my eyes off it.

  • Clash

    Clash

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    Released in 2016, Clash tells the story of two rival groups of protesters who are arrested by the military in a single truck, without water and food. The film follows the inevitable conflict between them.

    Clash's direction draws attention to the way it innovates and delivers a film unlike almost anything I've ever seen.

    Hard not to draw parallels with films like Son of SaΓΊl and the recent Quo Vadis, Aida? for like these, Clash surprises by the union…

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  • Sound of Metal

    Sound of Metal

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    I'm definitely not afraid of saying that not only Sound of Metal is one of the greatest movies of 2020 so far, as it also is exactly what this year lacked the most.

    Leaded by an unrecognisable Riz Ahmed in a marvelous performance, Sound of Metal tells the odyssey of a drummer who suddenly loses most of his hearing.

    The sound design is undeniably what makes of Sound of Metal a masterpiece, its greatest achievement is in the capacity of…

  • Minari

    Minari

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    Based upon Lee Isaac Chung's childhood in Arkansas, Minari is a clever and painful dissection of the "American Dream".

    There's something about Minari that turns many ordinary scenes into some of the most beautiful I've seen this year, probably thanks to the gorgeous work of cinematography and score.

    For that matter, Minari reminds me a lot of Nomadland, both movies achieve a point where beauty and sadness come together.

    But, Minari has a childlike perspective on many occasions that left…