Favorite films

  • Manoel's Destinies
  • The Hart of London
  • Sans Soleil
  • Too Early/Too Late

Recent activity

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  • Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel III. Spring Song


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Recent reviews

  • The Human Condition III: A Soldier's Prayer

    The Human Condition III: A Soldier's Prayer


    Review on the entire trilogy

    The Human Condition is a wonderful trilogy of epic proportions with an undeniably monumental scope, impressive cinematography, and compelling though inconsistent performances that make for a worthwhile experience despite its length. No doubt a fine achievement in its own right.

    While much has already been said about its greatness, I would like to focus a bit more on what I did not like about it.

    The Human Condition is, to borrow from Claude Lanzmann's criticism…

  • Too Early/Too Late

    Too Early/Too Late


    I embark on horse-drawn carriage rides with communists, and also walk with them. I feel the wind blow against my face as I bask in the solemn beauty of all that surrounds me, while recognizing that beneath it all lies a rotting interior—the consequences of unbridled capitalism.

    It feels like home.

Popular reviews

  • Jeanne Dielman, 23, Quai du Commerce 1080 Bruxelles

    Jeanne Dielman, 23, Quai du Commerce 1080 Bruxelles


    “It’s not for everyone, it’s an endurance test and can be boring, etc...”

    I agree, I would say the same. It’s far from entertaining, but...

    By god. I loved that. It’s insane how other types of films test my patience with shorter runtimes, but this movie succeeded so much in gripping and absorbing me. It just made me care so much about the titular character. No matter how mundane and monotonous the tasks were, I always found [little] reasons to keep…

  • Venom and Eternity

    Venom and Eternity


    Traité de bave et d'éternité / Treaty on Venom and Eternity is an unquestionably pompous film-manifesto—and perhaps the quintessence of narcissism on screen I have seen to date—that is indicative of what kind of person Isidore Isou might have been. This was the filmmaker's soul laid bare, a grand display of his megalomania and excessive self-importance. One can only imagine how unapologetically insufferable he must have been to be around in real life (e.g. harassing officials at the Cannes Film…