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  • The Double Life of Véronique

    The Double Life of Véronique


    The Double Life of Véronique an atmospheric description.

    Weronika, red blood that stops flowing.

    Cardiology, an endless corridor with somewhere light at the end of the tunnel.

    The sinus node a tangle of wires through which bright red blood is pumped to the heart. But the knot comes loose. Or is it rather, too tight? The sinus veins are like bad shoelaces that suddenly loosen at an indeterminate time of the day and you only notice this after a few…

  • Jacquot



    Waves. Jacques. Camera. Sun.

    Jacquot de Nantes, from shot one, a film in which Varda engulfs us with her love for her husband, his films and their treasured cinema. Melted together through a whirlpool into a masterpiece of a film. Varda does what she does best in this one: showing her love for her fellow man through her lens. And how can she do that better than about the person she loved the most?

    Her dynamic camera tells the story,…

Recent reviews

  • The Blazing Sun

    The Blazing Sun


    An Egyptian Story
    Youssef Chahine

    Does anyone happen to know where I could possibly find this film with English subtitles? 😇

  • The Nun

    The Nun


    A poor city girl is lost in worldly reality in 1760. Uncertain of what is a dream and what is reality, she goes in search of a meaning in life, but gets completely lost, because people keep pointing out the wrong way or, more correctly, taking her along their own favorite route, at the expense of her own happiness. In the beginning she tries to find her own unique corridor within the infinite same grey corridors that the monastery, her…

Popular reviews

  • Before Sunset

    Before Sunset


    “You can never replace anyone because everyone is made up of such beautiful specific details.”

    Before Sunset is a film that I actually wanted to watch because it takes place in Paris and I was on holiday there last week and for the famous quote from the Notre Dame (“but you have to think that Notre Dame will be gone one day”), which I have now seen half burnt down for the first time. In the end, it turned out…

  • 9 Souls

    9 Souls


    In a few days, I will graduate. One of the most important things I have learned and my professors have kept repeating from the first to the last year is how important a good (story) structure is. A funnel structure. This film is a good example of that. For me, perhaps the main reason why this film works so well. Toyoda completely dragged me into his story with his build up.

    Top funnel: starting with a very specific situation that…