Trishtan Perez

Trishtan Perez

watch me struggle in making sense of things

Favorite films

  • About Elly
  • Asako I & II
  • The Garden of Words
  • Poetry

Recent activity

  • Memoria

  • Spencer


  • Lemongrass Girl

  • Lili Alone

Recent reviews

  • Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets

    Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets


    Got really dumb and stopped writing shit here in this app since a long time ago but this one feels really special. Has more complex and interesting ideas about man's relationship with alcohol than Thomas Vinterberg could ever wish for in Another Round. You could really feel the filmmaker's interest in small people and the depth of their drunken conversations. The subjects keep it real most of the time and when they do overperform, there's also something revelatory about that…

  • She Dies Tomorrow

    She Dies Tomorrow


    eh di meow

Popular reviews

  • Die Tomorrow

    Die Tomorrow


    by the end of the running time of die tomorrow, we are reminded that about 9,000 people have already died around the world as we watched the film. the statistic makes death seem normal, the individuality of these losses, meaningless.

    nawapol, through this video essay contemplates on this topic and offers a meditation on this human experience through six vignettes of mostly young people on the day before they have to deal with their ends (in some way or another).…

  • I See You

    I See You


    Kita Kita is so engrossed to tie things up in its narrative that it loses what emotional impact it could have achieved with its simplicity and innocence. It chooses to be "complex"with its questionable (and even gimmicky) reveals that it wastes the authenticity of its first half. With the very draggy, forced and almost cringeworthy exposition of Empoy's obsession, my attachment to their relationship loses its power and is replaced with raised eyebrows and facepalms.

    I entered the theater with…