likes for movies I really appreciated and could revisit multiple times
“Twenty Years Later” originated in 1964 as a planned feature film about the life and death of João Pedro Teixeira, a leader of the Peasant leagues from Paraíba who was assassinated on the order of local landowners in 1962. But before it could be completed, production was interrupted by political developments, with some of the crew and cast arrested and their materials confiscated by the Brazilian military dictatorship. In 1984, Coutinho returned to the restaured material, and shooted some new…
A remarkable score builds tension, communicating an urgent message in a desperately brutal way; as it delivers a thoughtful exploration of the dichotomy between an activist and a terrorist disguised as a lean and absorbing thriller, I certainly believe Goldhaber succeeded in making the audience tense while also engaged.
oh to be naked and hanging out at the beach with my high school love interest
“don’t you think things are more fun in the movies than in real life?”
It's a movie that will communicate to many, that the experience and struggle through life, just to live in a homophobic society, is understood and we're not alone. We already know how it’s to be a LGBTQI in this world. But imagine it back in 80s...
“If he doesn’t love…
when you watch almodovar’s catalog, you realize how he loves
-an obsessive/passionate character