Lost in Paris – movie journal #27

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

Le Fabuleux Destin d’Amélie Poulain – for Amélie lovers – movie journal #21

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 refer that Le… Continue reading Le Fabuleux Destin d’Amélie Poulain – for Amélie lovers – movie journal #21

Are alternative movie posters better than the original?

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 – his time didn’t stop

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

Paris, Je T’Aime – movie journal #4

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