Among so many trash comedies in the world, thank God: writer-directors Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon offered us their fourth full-length film together. Even though this is the first time watching a movie of them, I can tell they had the ability to take me away to laugh about the most stupid and simple things. … Continue reading Lost in Paris – movie journal #27
The Florida Project is at the same time an intense and beautiful movie. It is a story about a 6-year-old girl and her friends during the summer break. The entire movie is filled with their adventures while the adults around them are struggling with
Colorful movies full of details are a half way to consider them beautiful movies. [Beautiful - wonderful; very pleasing or satisfying. Having beauty; possessing qualities that give great pleasure or satisfaction to see, hear, think about, etc.; delighting the senses or mind.] There is above the description of my favorite word. It looks like an aside, but there is a connection between it and what this movie means to me. I think it is not necessary to … Continue reading Le Fabuleux Destin d’Amélie Poulain – for Amélie lovers – movie journal #21
Are alternative movie posters better than the original? This a question which have been chasing me. I guess it depends. The fact is that alternative movie posters attracts me more than the originals. Maybe because I am an enthusiastic person about alternative/indie things. I see something special in them. Uma questão pertinente que me segue. Eu acho … Continue reading Are alternative movie posters better than the original?
Cazuza, was a Brazilian man who said wise words. An artist, a life lover, surrounded by love affairs. He was the singer of the rock group "Barão Vermelho". But unfortunately he had a short and tragic life. The world lost the artist in 1990 when he died with HIV, when the human immunodeficiency virus was a fatality … Continue reading Cazuza – his time didn’t stop
This film is part of the Cities of Love, a project by the French producer Emmanuel Benbihy. These stories put together filmmakers of different styles to a single purpose: to run short films using the neighbourhoods of the chosen cities as the background for their stories. In Paris, Je T'Aime, the result shows us several … Continue reading Paris, Je T’Aime – movie journal #4