Leos Carax has made the best Godard film Godard never made; an artistic manifesto & a profound essay on what it means to be actors in a life where both audience and director remain unseen to us. This is a film about life as cinema and cinema as life.
i can't stand people complaining about the ~increasing digitization of society; like accept it, learn to deal with it & move on. these are the same people who complain about millenials being too plugged in and not appreciating real life or whatever. at least the acting was good & another star for kylie minogue
Recojo muchas cosas de este director, la iluminacion si me encanto, el encuadre me gusto, la forma en que esta contada es una de las cosas que mas rescato de la pelicula y creo que se debe principalmente a su forma de hacer el montaje, el que la película sea inusual me gusto mucho, y no, realmente no le entendi.
Absolutely mesmerizing, and I can't explain why for the life of me. Denis Lavant's versatility is so admirable as we follow his character, Monsieur Oscar, through various appointments, each one transforming him into a new individual on some peculiar quest. It's a fantastic ride. I live for the accordion scene.