getting a divorce is probably the only thing left to show my love for this film
Cinema. I love cinema and that’s what my life revolves around. To watch a love letter so poetic to this beautiful world for me is something so overwhelming and profound that it’s even difficult to explain. I just couldn’t wait to see this new Tarantino and went to another country to see it because in Cannes I couldn’t make it for its last screening for just an hour.
So, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: a fairytale about the magic eternity…
Choose life. This movie turns 25 today and we happen to be the same age as I turn 25 this year too. Odd to say but it has been a piece of me since I was 12 and has been a ultimate favorite since that very moment. Became so obsessed with it, had its poster on my wall since that time, learnt its quotes by heart, brought it at school film club. Weirdly enough it was truly a major part…
Third and last chapter, the end of childhood and trying to find oneself. Douglas manages beautifully the overwhelming sense of loneliness and this intimate portrait of his adolescence and finally comes to terms with the outside world. Everything that was introspective with growth is linked to one’s surroundings, with class, identity, education. The unpredictability of the unknown is a little glimpse of hope.