Holy Motors

Holy Motors ★★★★★

An inexhaustible challenge and attack on the meaning of cinema within the desensitization of the digital age of filmmaking, it finds artistic possibilities by mutating the insipidly empty into the true purity that the medium of film represents. A philosophical passage through life and the fundamental role of cinema in our existence, it is a delightful piece of criticism that never feels heavily irritating, containing inscrutable sequences worthy of obsessive attention to discover the abundant creativity and vitality that the language of cinema possesses. It's a film about filmmaking, about the art of storytelling and how it all comes down to a crazy but sensitive explanation of us as human beings. There is essential cinema in every frame of this wonderful work of art.

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