MarcoRocha

MarcoRocha

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I take photographs during business hours and I watch films during my free time.

Favorite films

  • Seven Samurai
  • La Haine
  • Chungking Express
  • Oldboy

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  • Drive

    ★★★★½

  • Dead of Night

    ★★★½

  • On the Rocks

    ★★½

  • Elephant

    ★★

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  • Drive

    Drive

    ★★★★½

    I can't handle cars, Ryan Gosling and Oscar Isaac in the same film, the vibes are insane.

    Drive is meticulous, slow-paced and frenetic at the right time.

    Gosling's character was way too apathetic in the first half of the film, and that's the weakest point for me.

  • Dead of Night

    Dead of Night

    ★★★½

    I really like the hypnotic and dazzling effect that these classic horror films have.

    The stories are intriguing and the cinematography is really nice, with a dark tone and atmosphere, typical of this genre.

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  • Brave Blue World: Racing to Solve Our Water Crisis

    Brave Blue World: Racing to Solve Our Water Crisis

    ★½

    Several testimonials, including some from some Hollywood celebrities, about their views and solutions on how to solve the global water crisis.

    I never thought I would find a doc. about helping planet Earth and its population bad, until I saw this.

    It is an absolute chaos, starting with inconsistencies about what is said by each interlocutor, to gross editing errors, like the images (it is at the level of hearing aid ads or telemarketing about smoothies machines) to the sound…

  • The 400 Blows

    The 400 Blows

    ★★★★½

    A boy, outcasted by family and society, embarks on a life of petty crimes.

    The 'French New Wave', which reached the peak in the '60s, has countless amazing directors, but no top chart of that era is complete without this masterpiece by Truffaut (which is also his debut film).

    Les Quatre Cents Coups is pure cinematic art. It's pertinent, tragic, hopeful, corrosive and a cry for freedom and to dream.

    The film approaches, in a subtle way, the trauma of…