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It’s the story of two young school friends who are extremely close, to the point where people - schoolgirls - are asking if they are together as a couple.
Their parents don’t share the view of the schoolgirls, and question no homosexuality, just view the boyhood friendship between Leo and Remi as normal as they share meals as families and trips to the park.
Although, the question is raised later on in the film what happened between the two -…
A sadly relatable story. It reminded me of the album by Spiritualised - Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space - a perfect album. Except we’re in the heart of Oslo, following the story of Anders, an ex-addict given a chance to escape rehab.
We follow him on his journey to meet old friends, meet with unintended people - he was supposed to meet his sister but she doesn’t show - and attending a job interview, as well as…
I almost felt obliged to review this film given the impact it has left on me. I enjoyed everything about it - the graphics, the voices, the setting, the cinematography. I'm struggling to justify why I didn't give it 5 stars.
It's the story of a struggle, but a high-class struggle, where homelessness is not realistic due to her family and her mother's apartment being left as a somewhat ironic lifeline.
The graphics throughout and the echoes of depressive voices…
🇬🇧National Cinema Day🇬🇧
As it was national cinema day today here in the UK, I decide to go and see Oppenheimer. This is a film I had zero interest in and even less knowledge on the story the film revolves around.
That being said, I did used to love The Dark Knight Rises (having seen it 3 times in cinema) and was formerly quite a fan of Interstellar and Inception.
That graphics in this film are first of all realistic…