super duper doggy dooder shoutout to jesus that’s my shooter
“Narrative art, as you well know, is dead. We are in a period of mourning. Mine is not a tale, it is a parable. The meaning of this parable is the relationship of an author to the form he creates.”
Upon my second viewing, I feel as though I’ve fully clicked with what Ferrara set out to do with the fluctuating use of both the English and Italian language; Pasolini speaks the same language as the people around him if…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
- literally every fucking redemption cliche in the history of cinema is used here, there is little to no originality
- a scene in which 3 Muslim migrants are killed has zero emotion, but as soon as the dog is killed nattiv turns to empathy, clearly not confident enough in his story to show emotion for, I don’t know, the people the main character is trying to defend?
- they announced at the end of my screening that nattiv & jenkins…