genre and female-driven films.
mostly glass-half-empty ramblings.
favorites are new-to-me favorites of last month.
pietro marcello might just be my new favorite director and that's kinda crazy because this is the only film of his that i've seen and without a subtitle at that. it's also kinda embarrassing how i initially know him from thirsting over luca marinelli in his martin eden film and only interested to see his films from some clips that i saw where he blend non-diegetic archival documentary footage in the fictional film.
back to this. i don't understand what…
Gundala is a flawed, respectable effort.
Respectable, karena siapapun bisa melihat ini dibuat dengan passion as opposite to just being a quick cashgrab yang nebeng bandwagon fenomena comic book movies Hollywood. Sangat terlihat usaha-usaha menjadikan film ini lebih dari sekedar itu. Misalnya, konflik yang mengangkat isu-isu yang sangat relevan di Indonesia baik itu politisi korup, kerusuhan yang mengingatkan akan kerusuhan 98, isu ploretar yang sangat kental dalam film ini, pendekatan cerita yang tidak segan-segan bernuansa gelap dan cynical as opposed…
There's something magical, genuine and humane about slice of life anime. I can't quite point it out, but perhaps this Hayao Miyazaki interview by Roger Ebert explains.
I told Miyazaki I love the "gratuitous motion" in his films; instead of every movement being dictated by the story, sometimes people will just sit for a moment, or they will sigh, or look in a running stream, or do something extra, not to advance the story but only to give the sense…