The Film Master91🎬

The Film Master91🎬

Born on April 6, 1991. A passionate film lover and a bit of a film critic. A connoisseur of quality films who has watched many films.

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  • Soul



    Had it worked differently in 2020, Pixar's "Soul" would have begun its return to Cannes Festival - Pixar's first attempt by "Inside Out" to do so. Like many promising titles for the early year, those plans failed, but "Soul" will not go unnoticed by an audience that is more than eager for film joys. This animated film offers a strong connection with the viewers, forcing us to answer difficult questions concerning our existence.

    Many of us are not where we…

  • Minari



    Is "Minari" your best TV movie in 2020? Maybe. Objectively speaking, this is the best you can afford for your body and soul in these difficult pandemic times when it comes to film. So let’s start in order from the beginning.

    "Minari" is a really beautiful, and also moving and complex family drama that shows the Korean-American immigrant experience and the search for the American dream. Director Lee Isaac Chung conveys his memories of the child of Korean immigrants and…

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  • Moonlight



    The American drama is based on the drama β€œIn Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue” by Tarell Alvin McCraney. The film earned as many as eight Oscar nominations: Best Picture, Mahershala Ali for Supporting Actor, Naomie Harris for Supporting Actress, for Directing, Barry for Adapted Screenplay, for Cinematography, Editing and Music. This is a timeless story about finding oneself and the meaning of one's existence.

    We follow three time periods in the life of an African-American: from the beginning of puberty,…

  • Sound of Metal

    Sound of Metal


    It is no wonder that it has been happening more and more often lately that someone who starts his debut as a filmmaker immediately shines. And the reason for such a thing lies in a simple explanation - someone really understands and knows how to do this job in the best way. Darius Marder's feature-length directorial debut is extremely strong, convincing and cleverly constructed. The film will surely cement its place on the lists of the best films of the…