Favorite films

  • Synecdoche, New York
  • As I Was Moving Ahead Occasionally I Saw Brief Glimpses of Beauty
  • Being There
  • The Desert of the Tartars

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  • The Heart of the World


  • The White Diamond


  • Code Unknown


  • Akira


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  • Nadja in Paris

    Nadja in Paris


    Beautiful little short film that reminds me of my exchange semester in Stockholm.

    It perfectly captures the immense sense of freedom of starting a new life in another country, one in which you're totally unknown, getting to know new people, new cultures and leaving your past behind, together with the persona that was created during those years.

    I also think it conveys very well that feeling of almost being born again, looking at life with the eyes of a child, observing people, their habits, their distincitve features, roaming aimlessly around the city, around parks, soaking in every little moment.

  • The Man Who Sleeps

    The Man Who Sleeps


    This has to be one of the most terrifying movies ever.
    Incredibly bleak, gritty, depressing and deeply affecting.

    I don't know if I would recommend it (certainly not to someone suffering from depression) as it's extremely dejecting and alienating.

    Loneliness makes us lose grip on reality; connections with people are all we have.

    "Happiness of being with other people"

    - Frank Kafka, Diary (Feb 2nd)

    People are beautiful. The world we live in is wonderful, we just need to…