"Ieșiri aurie" e un nou film al lui Alex Ross Perry dar nu mă pot gîndi. Eliminînd reprezentările drastice, Perry descrie peisaje ale viaței de zi cu zi în New York și capturează drăgălășenie cu privire tandră. Iar sentimente ascunse, care rămîne ambigue, dispări în singurătate primăvăratică.// "Golden Exits"はアレックス・ロス・ペリー監督最新作だが、彼の作品とは思えない。劇的な展開は一切排してニューヨークに広がる日常を描き、優しい眼差しと共に愛おしさを捉える。そして秘めた思いは言葉にされることもないまま、春の侘しさに消える…
ARP's most allen-esque film: "a movie about ordinary people who don’t really do anything". ARP's most rohmerian film: oblique seduction, instant rejection and inevitable disaffection. It reminded me of Olivia Laing's portrayal's of loneliness in New York: permanent disconnection, weak ties, and male gaze.
People can live pretty lonely in their own reality of living the live of others... That's the case of Gwen (so well performed by Mary Lousie Parker), a lady that keeps giving life advices to everyone but also criticise others. A more depressive and better filmed version of a melancholic Woody Allen film.
one of the most undermined movies of Berlinale 2017. It has a great NewYork edge and that talk of the town vibe of ordinariness. It gets intimate, but fails to live up to its premise along the way. Emily Browning as an outsider among these couples with their relationships and midlife crisis,reminded me of "Teorema",displacing that Milanese setting to NewYork and changing the type of bourgeois family.
It is a fine but a somewhat disappointing first Alex Ross Perry for me. Not that I don't like these small chamber pieces, but I guess I'm bored by this tired point of view, even if some of the actors are really just fine and the film has no bigger pretension.
A beautiful movie, some sort of a "coming of age" film centered in the American mature middle class. Carefully directed with just enough Robert Altman/Woody Allen, but reinvented in a deep elegant pace. The narrative arc is just there, right on the spot, for every character alike. A remarkable filmmaker, a remarkable story. A beautiful film.