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  • Son of Saul

    Son of Saul

    The stench of death fills the air,
    Clenching my nostrils,
    I look on in despair,
    Dragging them, lifting them,
    Piling them, burning them.

    No digging required,
    Their ashes are a token of hatred.
    I am a conveyer belt,
    Shifting back and forth,
    My attention heads south,
    While my thoughts head north.

    I was numb to the core,
    No longer did I feel,
    Until that boy gave me hope,
    The pursuit of a rabbi is my zeal.

    I must bury him…

  • Tenet


    Intentional Detachment

    Christopher Nolan's "Tenet" was bound to divide audiences. This is a plot over character narrative, after all.

    However, due to the fact that this is a spy movie, I do believe Nolan did this on purpose. John David Washington's character is called "The Protagonist", after all. And some of the other characters, such as Neil and Kat have very simply names. We don't get to know much about them and their names don't really stick.

    The reason Nolan…

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  • Da 5 Bloods

    Da 5 Bloods

    A War That Followed Them Forever

    Spike Lee is a filmmaker that, for a long time, I have disliked and not appreciated enough. Lee’s newest film has just been put on Netflix, with the title of “Da 5 Bloods”. Going into this film after seeing a preview, I thought it looked promising and would be interesting from a historical standpoint. However, these were the exact same points I made about his previous work, “BlacKkKlansman”, which I wasn’t a huge fan…

  • Werckmeister Harmonies

    Werckmeister Harmonies

    A Hollow, Melancholy World

    Hungarian filmmaker, ‘Bela Tarr’ is known for creating a pale atmosphere that singles out the audience and makes them stare at the scene, marvelling at it in utter befuddlement. This is reflected in his stories, characters, cinematography and worlds. Bela Tarr creates a vision of his own.

    I watched “Werckmeister Harmonies” roughly two months ago and I cannot get it out of my head. This is unspoken, masterful art. What Tarr does with his own unique…