Pierrot Le Fou

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  • Lady Bird

    Lady Bird

    ★★★★

    I despised everything about Frances Ha - mostly because of Greta Gerwig and her being co-writer - so I was worried that her writing and directing Lady Bird on her own would result in a film with the same kind of shit attitude and terrible dialogue. Thankfully it didn't.

    A simple story about growing up and making right and wrong decisions done so beautifully that - even though I have never been a 17 year old high school girl myself…

  • The Handmaiden

    The Handmaiden

    ★★★★½

    I was so invested while watching this and I completely forgot that it said Chapter One at the start so (at that certain point which I can't really talk about without spoiling plot details) I thought the film was already over when suddenly Chapter Two popped up on screen and I apparently had another wonderful 90 minutes to spend with this tense and twisty thriller slash beautiful romantic drama. The Extended Cut I watched was quite long - it being…

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  • Upstream Color

    Upstream Color

    ★★★★

    Somewhere around a third way into Upstream Color I decided that I was just not going to succeed into deciphering this deeply layered, abstract and poetic piece of experimental cinema on a first time watch and just let it wash over me. Simply experiencing its ethereal beauty without worrying my brain about trying to connect everything together, maybe even without thinking at all. For the rest of the film I was merely being, feeling, and loosing myself in the flows…

  • Paris, Texas

    Paris, Texas

    ★★★½

    I always feel a little weird when when I watch a film that is so hugely loved by so many yet I fail to really connect with it on the same level. In those cases I wonder if it might actually be on me instead of the film. Maybe I wasn't in the right mood at the time for a film like it or maybe I'm just missing some deeper themes which would give more emotional depth to it. I…