The Film Master91🎬

The Film Master91🎬

Born on April 6, 1991. A passionate film lover and a bit of a film critic. A connoisseur of quality films who has watched many films.

Favorite films

  • Mesrine: Killer Instinct
  • Capernaum
  • Life Is Beautiful
  • Cast Away

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  • Nowhere Special

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  • Blue Is the Warmest Color

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  • Heli

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  • No Sudden Move

    No Sudden Move

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    Steven Soderbergh has been busy more than ever since returning to filmmaking in 2017, and "No Sudden Move" is his sixth directorial role in less than four years. Soderbergh is considered one of the directors whose voice resonates far in contemporary American cinema. He is responsible for several recorded classics including "Sex, Lies, and Videotape" (1989) and not only knows how to tell great stories, but often decides to tell them in innovative ways, as he did when filming "Unsane"…

  • Nowhere Special

    Nowhere Special

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    Nowhere Special will be a difficult story for some, but it is definitely worth seeing. The film by director-screenwriter Ubert Pasolini, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival, takes a real-life story about one human life that ends and another that begins. Window cleaner John (James Norton) knows that his four-year-old son Michael will have the fondest memories of their time together when he died of a deadly disease that was diagnosed to him and that now affects his daily…

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  • Moonlight

    Moonlight

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    The American drama is based on the drama β€œIn Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue” by Tarell Alvin McCraney. The film earned as many as eight Oscar nominations: Best Picture, Mahershala Ali for Supporting Actor, Naomie Harris for Supporting Actress, for Directing, Barry for Adapted Screenplay, for Cinematography, Editing and Music. This is a timeless story about finding oneself and the meaning of one's existence.

    We follow three time periods in the life of an African-American: from the beginning of puberty,…

  • Nomadland

    Nomadland

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    "Nomadland" premiered at the Venice Film Festival, where it won the Golden Lion. It also won the People's Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival, the first film to ever win a major award in both Venice and Toronto.

    In 1957, author-writer Jack Kerouac published a novel called "On the Road", which will be considered one of the most important works of American literature ever written. The book describes the time of Kerouac's journey through the United States, in…