and in my profile pic that is me and Udo Kier.
Very nice style. The aesthetic that it held, the cinematographic choices made and the pace of it was great. Again, I was convinced this was a tragic drama, and while it didn't turn out as aggressive as Possession, it did have a turn, and to have it take place in the empty streets and alleys of Italy's water town, perfect. I never knew I had a nightmare about running from something in this setting, but now I can't forget it.…
I periodically watch this series as I am in a state of sever sleep deprivation. It bodes well and I think accentuates the film, at least in the sense that I feel the heavy eyelids just as much as anyone the film. It starts off good, I really like it, then it just dies in the third act. I expect characters to die, right. For characters that contributed a decent chunk of themselves to the group home element, there should…
It's a refreshing take on romance to watch French film. For a movie that has no blunt plot but a soft, natural, organic story that unfolds in what seems like we're in the room. It connects the viewers to universal situations where obscurity and passive aggressive hostility drives the story and develops the characters. The style is beautiful from the fashion and hair to the furniture and architecture shown. The nudity and sexuality is tasteful and attached to Camille's character. It's refreshing to watch a film that challenges what was shown in the film as Hollywood micromanagement.
The height of werewolf films. This movie really did an innovative thing with what it had.
I was surprised this was not based on a novel, the writing is very well done. The dialogue seems real.
What is the best about this movie is the incredible transformation scene. It is so much better than a lot of monster movies now. There are seamless mutations and great acting in it.
The directing is good, the choices made are smart. The movie…