Zee ♡⃕•̩̩̩༊ `` 🌧..··

Zee ♡⃕•̩̩̩༊ `` 🌧..··

Favorite films

  • The Shining
  • Taxi Driver
  • The Young Girls of Rochefort
  • Annie

Recent activity

  • True Romance


  • Rebel Without a Cause


  • Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom


  • Safe


Recent reviews

  • Safe



    Safe, 1995 (1987)
    Dir. Tom Haynes 

    “I love you, I love you.“

    A timid housewife (Julia Moore) descends into an unknown illness. A stoic druggy movie with some of my new favorite shots. It’s so feminine and a nice capsule of the 90’s woman. Pink bubblegum, pastel teal, sky blue candy, white carpets and tailored everything.

    Do you ever not feel all the way there? It’s been weeks, months, you don’t know anymore. Suddenly the symptoms begin to…

  • Masculin Féminin

    Masculin Féminin


    Masculin Féminin 1966 
    Dir. Jean-Luc Godard

    ♡ ⋆。˚ ⤾
    8.31.23 – 8/10 

    “The children of Marx and Coca-Cola”

    Godard’s representation of youth and culture of the swinging 1960’s France. Young hopeless romantic, naive Pual (Jean-Pierre Léaud) falls madly in love with the apathetic and vain Madeline(Chantal Goya). Absurdity from random suicides, Madeline’s homoerotic relationship with her friend Elizabeth (Marlène Jobert) and murders coincide around their group of friends who indulge in coffee, music and cinema. 

    A complicated and heady film.…

Popular reviews

  • Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom

    Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom


    Bonus Review 
    ❥ 𓏧 ◟ ༉‧₊˚ ❜ 
    Salo - dir. Pier Paolo Pasolini, 1975 
    0/10 🗑️

    Wow, a lot of film buffs like this movie. And a lot of film buffs are pretentious and think they’re a lot smarter than they are. 

    First off, the director Pier Paolo Pasolini had sex / did sexual acts with a minor, multiple! This isn’t some fake fact—it’s real. You’re watching a movie that a pedophile directed. Don’t believe me? Guess what? Google the…

  • Belle de Jour

    Belle de Jour


    𝙅𝙪𝙡𝙮 𝙍𝙚𝙫𝙞𝙚𝙬 𝙈𝙤𝙣𝙩𝙝
    ♡ ⋆。˚ ⤾

    Belle de Jour - Dir. Luis Buñuel

    10/10 🤍

    —“Do you come here often?” 

               —“Everyday in my thoughts.” 

    One of the most surreal and beautiful explorations of feminine desire, female erotic fantasy. The blurry, complex line between sexual abuse and developing a paraphilia to somehow cope.

     A bourgeoisie young, beautiful housewife, Séverine Serizy (Played by the wonderful Catherine Deneuve), has a dark secret. A sexual dysfunction, she cannot…