I just want to allow myself, joy.
The concept that each interaction is essentially a culmination of previous encounters (in-yun) on a perhaps smaller scale - like clashing particles - without us knowing is quite soothing. That means we are constantly communicating with each other and building a base on top which friendships, relationships or simple 'hello's are built. I really like the notion that there is a universe where we are unconsciously in and where we just delegate all of our control to arbitrary…
What an eerie film. The apartment is like an exposed inner landscape of the family members and shows the rotting secrets lying within each and every one of them especially the father, Erik. The characters walk around in the apartment, switch places, go up and down (yes the apartment has two floors), as if they are navigating through their own life and the lives of their loved ones. As night descends, the family goes from simple small talk happening on…
Michael Corleone has come a long way.
His descent into pure evil is accompanied by his father's ascent to prestige. Coppola's sequel is an emotionally gripping, abnormally realistic feeling dark tale of a man whose thirst for vengeance, unyielding strive for power has cost him everything. Neither was Michael able to hold on to his most beloved members of the family, he indeed has gone as far as perpetrating an act that would vitiate the basis the Corleone family was…