Mehedi Hasan

Mehedi Hasan

Sexually devastated ambulance on a demented highway.

Favorite films

  • Threnody
  • Permanent Green Light
  • Holy Motors
  • Reign of Silence

Recent activity

  • Christiane F.

  • Day for Night

  • Little Murders

  • Ferrari

Recent reviews

  • Boredom


    Boredom is absence of cannibalism.

  • The Killer

    The Killer

    There's not much films these days that are so cunning in it's suggestions and surreptitiously critical of the contemporary zeitgeist ( often hilariously) but that has been done here with Finchian trademarks stylistically so charismatic and meticulously detailed no matter how the narrative progressed in a singular labyrinthine pace the main character Mr. Fassbinder unfortunately engaged himself in a prolonged bureaucratic and brutal wrangling in various locations inside his netherworld activities (ironically that's the current surface reality of our everyday…

Popular reviews

  • Leviathan


    It's the inaugurative film of Spaniard film shaman Borja Castillejo and my first review on LB as well. Genuinely impressed by the mechanics of his film even though it dealt with primitive symbolical concerns in regards to historical sense nonetheless it progressed to reparative synthesis. The opening shot reminded me of Bresson not in relation to pastiche but his own idiosyncratic approach for a perfectly composed introductory shot. Sensuous and dexterous hands yet poetical. I could feel his interfering presence…

  • Army of Shadows

    Army of Shadows

    Enthralling how even silence itself functions as a necessary component in most of Melville films not as just mere mood but to influence the progress of the whole narrative apparatus.