Kinotherapy has written 2 reviews for films rated ★★★★½ during 2020.

  • 24 Frames

    24 Frames


    Love Never Dies

    And so the love that Abbas Kiarostami gave us in his films will live on for generations, and Kiarostami himself will never truly die. I absolutely loved the last frame as it felt like a fitting send off to the great artist. Subtle and quiet, but with enough observation, the scene radiates with sincere farewells and tributes to the content and humble filmmaker. I don't know if that's what Kiarostami intended but that's my interpretation. It's not…

  • Dead Man's Letters

    Dead Man's Letters


    I loved this movie, and was impressed with it's achievements in bringing this Hellish world to real life and be witnessed in all it's horrors by our eyes.

    The concept is hardly anything new to Science Fiction, revolving around a post-apocalyptic wasteland after a nuclear war, but what makes "Dead Man's Letters" stand out is it's presentation. Every scene is shot in a monochromatic color scheme, usually with a murky, brownish-yellow filter. It shows just how badly the nuclear radiation…