The Film Master91🎬

The Film Master91🎬

Born on April 6, 1991. A passionate film lover and a bit of a film critic. A connoisseur of quality films who has watched many films.

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  • High Ground

    High Ground

    Partly inspired by real events, High Ground opens in 1919 in the deep and vast wilderness of Arnhem Land in northern Australia. A peaceful family gathering of Aboriginal people was rudely interrupted by a crowd of white police officers, and begins with an incident in which a large number of Aboriginal people were killed and whose consequences will be felt years later when the surviving member, now the leader of the revenge gang, launches random attacks on white settlements. The…

  • Caveat

    Caveat

    "Memory is a fickle thing." With that premise, "Caveat" makes his weird little haunted house, spinning an enigmatic psychological horror film in which memory gives the key. It all fits well with the bizarre, claustrophobic atmosphere in the feature debut of writer and director Damian McCarthy, who created a minimalist yet, but effective horror film.

    On the surface, "Caveat" is a simple story about Isaac (Jonathan French), a man without roots, purpose or money. Isaac is a tramp suffering from…

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  • Moonlight

    Moonlight

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    The American drama is based on the drama β€œIn Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue” by Tarell Alvin McCraney. The film earned as many as eight Oscar nominations: Best Picture, Mahershala Ali for Supporting Actor, Naomie Harris for Supporting Actress, for Directing, Barry for Adapted Screenplay, for Cinematography, Editing and Music. This is a timeless story about finding oneself and the meaning of one's existence.

    We follow three time periods in the life of an African-American: from the beginning of puberty,…

  • Nomadland

    Nomadland

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    "Nomadland" premiered at the Venice Film Festival, where it won the Golden Lion. It also won the People's Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival, the first film to ever win a major award in both Venice and Toronto.

    In 1957, author-writer Jack Kerouac published a novel called "On the Road", which will be considered one of the most important works of American literature ever written. The book describes the time of Kerouac's journey through the United States, in…