venezuelan living in colombia
sometimes I write my thoughts here
writing something for this movie is really difficult because I know that I wouldn't have enjoyed it so much if it wasn't the first movie I saw in theaters after 1 year and a half, the excitement for the experience and my lack of objectivity with cillian murphy might blind me so be aware of what you're about to read
I was a huge fan of the first movie but after reading lots of reviews expressing dissapointment for the movie…
The tiring thing about life is the constant process of adaptation, it's terryfing how quickly everything you know about the world and about yourself can change. Not everyone adapts easily to these radical changes and Sound of Metal explores that with style, honesty and humanity.
I didn't expect it to be as sensitive and empathic as it was, it makes you perceive everything around you as the character is experiencing it, Riz Ahmed's performance is painful and beautiful to look…
Movies about people who don't have things in common and suddenly connect, whether is through friendship or love, are incredibly powerful but this real life story takes that to a whole different level.
I don't watch as many ocean documentaries as I'd like because of my thalasophobia, sorry if it's misspelled but I can't even google it. I always look at the sea from my perspective of fear, the fear of the unknown and the darkness. This story is told…