I criticize feature films.
The Conversation is one of the best mystery movies ever. It's about a man who knows about everything about people's private lives. and he has no private life. When he does not work, he just spends time for waiting his job or thinking about his job. His home is like a hotel room for himself. It is a portrait of how our jobs or the roles we own in the life destroys our personal lives. The main character has no…
The film is a nice portrayal of how geography that we live in is powerful in our lives. It achieves to show the responsibilities that society imposes on us. Sometimes it is not possible for us to break our shells. Respiro explains where the mentality that marginalizes women start. Mostly, we live in a reality and our dreams die with us but in the place where people live, people's dreams are limited. Every single different thought of you makes people…
Our lives are the consequences of the choices that we make. Our lives can be rough, we can work in the jobs that we don't want, our financial situations can be bad, as long as we have love, affection,family, friends, animals ; ''everything'' we need. Human kind can always find a way to be happy, there's always a reason to smile, to be peaceful. Time and place are nothing but love is everything.
Darren Aronofsky's 'The Wrestler' is a Critique of the Commodized Human Body for both men and women. Both of main characters job are for the pleasure of the people who want to satisfy oneself by living very intense emotions. Once our bodies are the part of the entertainment and show world, we retreat into our own shell, we live separate worlds. Stage world and real world have their own worlds and once our bodies belongs to the people who want…