"I shouldn't have married a ghost."
Ruiz on Fire!
"Have you ever been in Hell?"
A beautifully crafted tale on the lives of humans battling for the truth but ironically, just as they want to see it.
Fassbinder makes the maximum out of the beautiful score and soundtrack (Kraftwerk Scene... wow!), an incredible example of cinematography (random zooms and spins? I loved them all) and strong performances (Margit Carstensen is a legend).
Hard to resist watching, hard to watch and hard to forget!
The Painted Bird reaches the darkest depth a film can get, absolutely merciless with no speck of light. Every shot is drop dead beautiful and in technical terms it is a great well-executed movie. But the problem arises only when you take all the frames and string them together to form the movie. The result is a pathetic, shocking, brutal and bleak film. Brutality is at a very high…
"That's all the gem. That's all the gem."
One of the most stressful and thrilling rides loaded with huge vibes escalating in every second. Masterful cinematography by Darius Khondji also accompanied with great music score, fine tuned into the script that injects more and more stress and anxiety precisley.
And above all, stunning performance by lovely Adam Sandler, one of his best along with Punch-drunk love.
He'd better start writing his first Oscar speech text now!