Para uma melhor experiência no MUBI, atualize seu navegador.
Richard Ayoade Großbritannien, 2010
While it’s true that a lot of films are derivatives . . . , their reduction to elements of other films can miss the fact that, sometimes, they’re trying to create something altogether new from some old recipes. Such is the case of SUBMARINE, of which you can safely say something like: it’s GODARD + RUSHMORE + THE 400 BLOWS + HAROLD AND MAUDE + NAPOLEON DYNAMITE, and actually summarize the whole thing rather neatly.
June 10, 2011
Ganzen Artikel lesen
Submarine isn’t a perfect film, but it’s a terrific first one. Leaving the theater, you feel you’ve been taken in hand by a director of tremendous promise, and you can’t wait to see what he does next.
June 03, 2011
Ganzen Artikel lesen
Submarine’s forcefully unwhimsical sense of fantasy ultimately serves to make the humdrum homeliness of Oliver’s world, with its crumbling industrial plants and sad little cottage homes, feel all the more insistently real.
May 31, 2011
Ganzen Artikel lesen
While it owes a debt to Wes Anderson and the like, Ayoade’s film is entirely his own, from the elegant opening titles to the pitch-perfect closing scene.
October 28, 2010
Ganzen Artikel lesen