Favorite films

  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire
  • 12 Angry Men
  • The Tree of Life
  • Come and See

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  • American Sniper


  • Ran


  • Mommy


  • In the Name of the Father


Pinned reviews

  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    Portrait of a Lady on Fire


    Portrait of a Lady on Fire tells the story of Marianne, an 18th-century painter who arrives on an island to paint the portrait of Héloïse, who has left the convent to be married. Words can hardly convey the emotions that this masterpiece evokes.

    The cinematography is sublime. The balance between candlelight and character makeup is just perfect. The movie set and landscapes are so beautiful and meticulously crafted that each shot feels like a painting.

    Throughout the film, it is…

  • Harakiri



    Harakiri is my first samurai film. I started watching it without any particular expectations, and I was truly surprised by its impeccable direction and perfect writing.

    The film is a critique of the authority established during the Edo period. The culture was based on loyalty, and it was considered preferable to commit seppuku rather than live in dishonor. The work does not question seppuku itself, but rather its misuse when employed unjustly and hypocritically.

    We are presented with a division…

Recent reviews

  • 99 Francs

    99 Francs


    99 Francs deals with the advertising industry and, more generally, consumer society and mass consumption.

    The film strikes a good balance between its commitment against overconsumption, using impactful images and videos drawn from reality, and moments of humor and offbeat scenes to lighten the speech.

    It tackles artists blocked in their creative processes by individuals aiming to reach as many people as possible for profit, at the expense of the artwork.

    By paying close attention, the story is subtly told…

  • A Quiet Place

    A Quiet Place


    Excellent use of suspense, there's a constant pressure that doesn't let up. It's just unfortunate that some tense moments are created by external elements, even if the process is intentional. In the long run, this detracts credibility from the entire sequence of events.

    Actors deliver a very impressive performance.

Popular reviews

  • Amélie



    Lots of sweetness and lightness, Amélie tells the story of a young woman in her twenties who has experienced a lot of unhappiness in her childhood and decides, in her own way, to rebalance the scales by bringing happiness to those around her.

    Each character has a unique personality and perceives the world in their own way. Some are innocent and naive, others are strange, but nobody is ever judged, which creates an atmosphere of kindness that drives the story…

  • The Super Mario Bros. Movie

    The Super Mario Bros. Movie


    As a gamer I really enjoyed finding references from video games.
    From a cinematic perspective, the animation is great but the story told through a pattern of the hero's journey is so casual it doesn't really do the work. Also I have to highlight a great music work.