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even 1 star is something
favs are favs from previous month
Taste of Cherry did it first.
Expansive and expensive to a fault though nice to see a relatively well written (bad dialogue, good Xavier Dolan relations) and thematically interesting blockbuster space movie.
Villeneuve prioritises Paul's journey by making him feel like the only boy in the world. This unfortunately makes the world ramifications of the story lose a fair bit of gravity. Being Part One also objectively strains the narrative though there are some interesting attempts to subvert, like the…
Essential viewing and the energy of the queens is incredible. However something feels off and this is quickly explained after looking at the credits. Lucky for the director these people and their story outshine Livingston's perhaps more icky intentions of voyeurism and sidestepping the realities of the time.
- What's stopping you?
- Horror, fear and this work shift.
An amazingly shot and soundtracked deadpan romcom that's dense and definitely my kind of humour. Of course I should've looked straight to the colder countries for the coldest comedy.
My first Kaurismäki (and Finnish film!) and I'm loving the style. Looking forward to checking out more.