Tom Hardy's breathtaking performance of 'Britain's Most Violent Prisoner' Charles Bronson is one not to be missed. Heavily stylised and beautifully shot, this film doesn't aim to tell the 100% accurate story of Bronson, but instead replaces facts with emotion and gripping scenes of beauty
Let me brutalise you. Outro realizador filofascista que impõe a sua verdade através do espetáculo da violência primitiva, recorrendo à pseudo-catarse coletiva - e vomitiva - do "based on a true story". Há duas coisas inquestionáveis, no entanto: o juízo sobre o Charlton Heston, e a qualidade da banda sonora.
Masculinity, mythos, and the bubble of private imagination that gets bred from a life spent in isolation. At times awkward, consistently uneven, and with an ending that felt like it needed another reel. But despite all this a brilliant performance from Tom Hardy, and a sense of look and art direction might just maybe might make this NWR's most subtle work. Which is saying something in and of itself.
For an aspiring Cinematographer, stylistically and visually this film makes me want to run around Larry Smith in circles worshiping him, then climb into his head and look out of his eyes and see how the magic happens (in a film way, not a sex way, ya filthy animals) Also, Tom Hardy is so good (and ya can see his willy at the end...whose the filthy animal now.)
Mon premier Winding Refn et c'était archi cool. Le rôle est endossé par Tom Hardy avec brio. Le personnage est à la fois bien campé et toujours un peu indécis avec notamment les multiples strates de narration qui semble souligner la folie du personnage. L'emprisonnement accroît la folie du personnage dans son désir de gloire et de reconnaissance : il trouve en la prison un meilleur asile.