Morricone Is God.
my memory is deceiving, I always need to rewatch
"Guilty or not guilty?"
Lumet with his debut, shoots a masterpiece film of its kind, with phenomenal performances including Martin Balsam, here very young. Shot in a theatrical style, where he struggles to find a decision, bringing out the true nature of human beings, the diversity, everyone is different, each with their own ideas and ways of thinking that lead to clash. For this, a lot of effort to find out if the boy is guilty or innocent, avoiding personal matters but purely of the law.
A beautiful documentary that I enjoyed today in a small cinema in my town, in peace.
An interesting look at the tragic life of Bellocchio's brother, Camillo, who has been the inspiration for many of his films, telling how much it struck him, starting from their childhood, surrounded by an ancient family religiosity, typical in Italy in those years.
Even if I noticed the difficulty of Bellocchio himself to remember, making his speech at times cold, speaking of a suicidal person, who, however, no one could ever think of doing such acts, therefore external to Camillo's thoughts.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Too obvious, the classic accident to divert a dead animal in the street, the trip in a camper, similarities with the characters of the 2003 remake of Texas Chainsaw Massacre, like too many similarities with Midsommar, it seems a jumble of horror films, among the other also famous, a simple B series like many others.
The fact that the characters don't know each other reminded me of Eli Roth's Green Inferno, as well as so many other films. The soundtrack…
"We all have a part within us that we don't think we have"
Aronofsky directs in a visionary way, but, for me, also in a quite simple way, a film that needs to tell the fragility of a woman who has yet to be fully known.
I found it simple, except for the fantastic final scene where Aronofsky's directorial quality is seen there.
The performances are spectacular, however, in the face of a somewhat sparse script.
Natalie Portman and Mila…