Favorite films

  • 35 Shots of Rum
  • A Woman Is a Woman
  • The Time to Live and the Time to Die
  • Career Girls

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  • The New Girlfriend


  • Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy


  • Go Go Tales


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  • Three Colors: Red

    Three Colors: Red


    Life is full of coincidences. Little and insignificant moments can and will define our entire paths in life.

    Something as mundane as dropping your books in the middle of the road at night after a day of study can lead you to face the hardest heartbreak filled with sorrow and betrayal. Something so small can and will be life-changing.

    Something as unexpected as hitting a dog with your car in the middle of the road at night after a hard-working…

  • The Green Ray

    The Green Ray


    In ordinary situations, endless conversations, and crowded places, we witness Delphine's never-ending circle of isolation and despair through her tormented vacation where the intensity of her feelings is both enchanting and heartbreaking to see, thanks to a wonderful and all-time best performance from Marie Rivière.

    The Green Ray is probably one of the most interesting examinations about sincerity and honesty in the history of cinema. Minimizing any technical aspect, Eric Rohmer allows the conversations, most of them improvised, to flow…

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  • Zola



    Zola's greatest strength is self-awareness. the film knows what it is and the purpose it serves, as the original story is a glorified, messy account of somewhat exaggerated true events. that way, it allows itself to be as over-the-top as it pleases, thus creating a highly thrilling and exciting experience full of chaos and exhilarating comedy. the actual integration of Twitter throughout the whole narrative merging along with the editing and the characters' perspectives is also an impressive and inspired achievement that truly highlights Janicza Bravo's vision as a director.

    "you look a lot like Whoopi Goldberg" is undoubtedly the best quote of 2021.

  • His Motorbike, Her Island

    His Motorbike, Her Island


    his motorbike, so rebellious and livid yet spirited and passionate. her island, so carefree and innocent yet fearless and charismatic. when a dream suddenly starts, then abruptly another emerges, blending completely. but what if it isn't a dream and, instead, is an ongoing memory, a recollection of vivid pictures that linger and somehow transcend reality. maybe dreams are part of our reality, or maybe memories are part of our dreams.

    "and the two of us became the wind. she wasn't…

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