A Cinephile Loss in World of Dreams, and Desires!

A Cinephile Loss in World of Dreams, and Desires!

Favorite films

  • Vertigo
  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire
  • Kiki's Delivery Service
  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi

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  • A Scanner Darkly

  • Dune: Part Two

  • August 32nd on Earth

  • The Lighthouse

    ★★★★★

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  • Sunday's Children

    Sunday's Children

    “I’ve always been alone. Now I am really alone!” -Erik Bergman

    Watch here!

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtMDP_De10U&list=PLEGrnVgRBA5OEuFWTcKC4Ielinee-ljrb&index=32


    There’s something so distinctly sad about passing of time. Realizing that all will pass, and eventually we will die. There’s so much regret, pain, and hurt when I reflect on past. Even joyous, and warm memories can feel so melancholic, and so finite. It will feel at times so sparse amongst sad reality, and perhaps I could never quite appreciate all those moments looking back. There’s…

  • Pyaasa

    Pyaasa

    "I am weary… I am weary of the struggle of life… I am weary…. I am weary of the struggle of life. The weariness of my heart may spurn the world….Afflicted by grief, how do I find song of joy? How do I find a song of joy? I can only return to this what is has given to me; I can only return to this life what it has given to me. The desires of the heart are stirred…

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  • Vertigo

    Vertigo

    ★★★★★

    Director Alfred Hitchcock taps into something so beautiful but also so deeply troubling, and haunting, that’s so hard to define. There is something so sinister, so troubling, and terrifying about this film that taps into the deepest parts of the soul. That truly shines a light into the darkest parts of the human soul.
     
     This is based on the book titled, “D’entre les morts” by Boileau-Narcejac which I need to try to read someday, and follows the tale of…

  • The Suicide Squad

    The Suicide Squad

    ★★★★½

    Director James Gunn crafts a surprisingly touching, and sweet film in this insanely violent, and depraved brutal film that can be darkly funny exploration of horrors of imperialism, and full of gloriously dysfunctional weirdos! In a film that essentially shows humanity, and beauty in darkest of people. And a film that left me squealing, and shaking in childish joy by the end.

    This follows tale of group of insanely dysfunctional weirdos dispatched by menacing Amanda Walter. Main ones spanning the…