it's what it is
to be so lonely while sorrounded by thousands.
being halfway through the Manfred Spitzer's book called 'Demencia Digital', Magnus von Horn film 'Sweat' hits harder and make you think about how harmful impact the social media can have on you, your mental health and general well-being. the film gives us a great picture of nowadays loneliness, but in a 'Influencer' point of view. Brilliantly presented, not trivial portrait of totally narcissistic person was even better portrayed by the more widely…
actually it turned out to be one of my favs kieslowski's shorts yet so far.
at first sight its just so simple - showing life of a normal guy and his love for his job, that in fact is his entire world. but quickly you realize that its subtle and short metaphor of facism. you can tell that being a porter makes him a better, more caring, but also more powerful person in his eyes, but in reality its just…
beautiful, pure, idyllic vision of love.
absolutely remarkable film.
watched it for the first time exactly year ago
still hits like then
a sequence of shots at the end of the film, showing completely empty places where they spent the night, with the rising sun in the background, is literally the best thing ive ever experienced watching any movie.
dialogues, cinematography and music are so perfect.
i think what makes this film so touching and special is unfortunately - an…
the way how lars von trier used OCD to build the tension and entire narration in the first act, was something that really gave the film different, more interesting look. at first, i thought that this will be used to show the character motives, but it wasnt. instead the director preferred to use some shallow childhood memories that certainly were just trivial and pointless. didnt like that.
The thing that really suited me was the whole dramaturgical structure.