Haukay | 26 | Isn't every Letterboxd-member a cinephile?
"Roads? Where we're going we don't need... roads!"
Greta is not an anagram of Great for nothing.
She manages to bring unique characters to the screen, each of whom you can like in their own way. These characters are not built up with clichés, but all have comprehensible personalities.
Only a few words need to be said about the acting: all of it brilliant. Saoirse Ronan and Timothée Chalamet still stand out on this high level.
What else I personally like about Greta's films is that there is…
The Green Knight simultaneously tells a story about mortality and liveliness, exposing its protagonist to the question of wanting to die with honor or being able to live without pride.
It is the journey of the protagonist Gawain in search of himself. After a momentous decision made with juvenility, the consequences are initially suppressed. Gawain made the decision due to his obsessive search and his compulsive attainment for glory. After setting out on the journey, the young protagonist loses himself…