Peter Labuza ★★★★★
Ernst Lubitsch invented neoliberalism.
Viktor Emil ★★★★
If Robert E. Fulton's "Reality’s Invisible" actually had a narrative that was rooted in the human perception (though a shattered one), then it could have been this film, Peter Mettler's…
It is unnerving how it has no main characters, but instead a collective mass. This is its most disruptive feature. The more individual characters are figures within the capitalist hierarchy.…
Neil Bahadur ★★★★★ 3
More modern than any film I saw in 2018: it's not enough to show the abuses of the systematic, or merely depict that it exists - you have to see…
I am amazed about how terrible this film still is,It is not pastiche nor parody. It is unclear who is the fool: the viewer for watching, or the director…
Very 90s, stylistically thrilling, and the meta ending beautifully contrasting the neo-noir style.
I missed the recap of what those stones were all about.
Neil Bahadur ★★★★★
"You know what's wrong with America don't you? It's the light! There are no more secrets, it's phony tinsel, it's phony bullshit man. Nothing's real!"
A movie where the only…