being afraid of lookig rare by posting twice in this wall, I agree, he is SUPERNATURAL
y porque me gusta el Gatopardo de Visconti? siendo una película de la aristocracia de antaño y de un anciano de origen noble.? Ademas de su belleza historica y pictorica. La película de Visconti filma esa melancolía que sentimos cuando terminan bellos momentos en nuestras vidas. Cuando presenciamos ese ocaso, ese tiempo que se desvanece, algo nuevo sigue, pero nuestra nostalgia es mas grande.
and the power of true spirituality.
I have seen like 20 Naruse's and I still think that I havent watched anything at all.
almost covered, amazing work from THE AUTEURS!
finally here, This is one of the greatest films that brings lessons to Antonioni, and that's pretty difficult.
a very different Naruse in a stylistic level, with a flamboyant and expressive camera work. Always conveying a sense of emotional shock that brings lessons to Eisenstein.
I really need to watch this guy!
yeah, Ozu is a god of cinema, he created an alternate universe of cinematographic language, like another universe with "other" physical properties, like no gravity or none universal expansion, maybe a more organized, beautiful and accurate one, in other words, he is better than God.
Ozu es el supremo anarquista del cine, el inventó sus propias reglas cinematográficas, rompió el orden o convenciones establecida por el cine occidental.
This film begins with pure contemplative images, but They are put in a very virtous way, and for me, one the most beautiful and talented introductory scenes. Then when the problems emerge the images get a melancholic feeling, the images are filled with emotions, maybe from the characters but also from your own emotions, the images obtain a new meaning.
as a fan of Yasujiro Ozu, I should watch this.
add Din of Celestial Birds, an amazing short with a style even more expansive than Begotten.
add Man without a map now please!
La caduta degli dei?
dark forces here.
a strange and very radical mystic film, a lot from the expressionist cinema and new ways of conveying other dimensions, even sick and dark ones.
Phantom and City Girl are great! Where are them?
And honestly I think this is one of the greatest films in the history of cinema, You watch other silent movies and you dont see this kind of aesthetics, the takes are a lot powerful and expressive, even Nosferatu is a lot too static, and Langs movies are also too static. This film is really a rupture in cinema, even more than Citizen Kane.
I always liked the ending in this masterwork, I think Murnau put it in just a right way, remember the ending of Sunrise, It has to finish with light, Nosferatu also finish with light and Faust too. So I always have thought that the ending is very Murnau and not too tack on.