Average joseph losey stan
"Chopin was emotional, but not sentimental. Feeling is very far from sentimentality."
This film is ivy on a brick wall. My admiration for it only grows as time lingers on. When you allow the words, feelings, and imagery of Bergman's work to soak in, its quality becomes far richer and even more vivid.
Autumn Sonata is film about a mother and daughter, yes. But to me, there is much more to it. It is a visceral outpouring of two tormented souls,…
“It is almost comedic to me the amount of attention and discussion Andrew Dominik’s Blonde has garnered over this year, which will only increase following its wide release on 28 September via Netflix. Because not even a morsel of that conversation is deserved in this entirely vacuous excuse of a film — which no amount of aspect ratio shifts, bouncing back from color to black & white, and shrieking from Ana de Armas can make me believe Dominik in the slightest understands either basic psychoanalysis or the human condition under a patriarchy in any respect.“
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