Fav TV shows: The Sopranos / Mad Men
From a technical standpoint it really doesn’t get much better than this. The framing,editing, writing and cinematography are all immaculate, with no missteps in the whole 84 minutes.
The dialogue in-particular is something i’d like to mention, it’s consistently thought provoking and can be interpreted in many ways... achieving this without feeling pretentious is something nearly impossible but it’s pulled off here. Bibi Andersson’s acting met the standard of the words she was given to say, being practically the…
THIS IS AN ESSAY I DID FOR COLLEGE.
(it was quite rushed due to having loads of other work to focus on, i don’t hate it but i don’t love it).
Review of film/tv show similar to my chosen idea:
Punch Drunk Love (2002):
Introduction: Punch Drunk Love is a film directed by Paul Thomas
Anderson (There will be blood, Boogie Nights). Released in 2002
gaining critical acclaim and winning the director a best director
award at the Cannes film…
Ingmar Bergman’s view of god (particularly his silence) is one of the most interesting things in all of cinema. He explores his internal struggles with these themes, using complex characters that as a whole, aren’t anything like him, yet each personify a part of him so well.