There is an obligation brought by the life that is desired to be experienced and clash of classes.But that was an obligation which economic concerns are ignored.Btw actually she never liked that man .Each character saw themselves as tool for shaping their life ,reaching joy or passion.But that was so clear... director does not offer any opportunity to solve the big puzzle for audiences.
The characters, especially Adam can be just little too plainly black and white, but the presence of Katarina, her despair, her hunger for touch and connection make this film beautiful. We feel her pain, her survival instict and her madness. She is mad yes. Aren't we all? Is it possible to stay sane in this mad mad world? Go ask Kierkegaard.
It is an amazing film. My only criticism is about the ending. Spoiler: It was just too much of a contrast between such a brutal realism of the most part of the plot and the eccentric ending (i.e. no consequence following the murder and Katarina getting her job back). It may be,however, that the last part was just an imaginary ending. The high and low tones of the the film reminded me the Mozart's Requiem itself.
With a mark on the base of her lips, a twenty years old girl dares to hope for what she wants against reality. What, at first, hinted to some clichés developed as a tense fight back against that same clichés. As her mark disappears, the courage really turned out to be the only measure of life. 3,5
her şeyin güzel olduğu bir yer.. olasılıkta mümkün müdür? "cesaret hayatın tek ölçüsüdür." kierkegaard. ekelöf. hayatta mümkün olabildiğince gerçekçi olmak. "gerçek olan her şey güzeldir" "gerçeklerle yüzleşemiyorsan felsefe ile uğraşma" gibi notlar ve soru işaretleri bırakmış, sound'u mükemmel film.
Do we really need another film exploring the grooming of an 'innocent' by a man of culture/distinction? This was a tired story with very little character development; the protagonist largely mute throughout leaving her just a little difficult to empathise with; the 'villain', Adam, lacks dimension and fits the 'cultural elite' stereotype a little too cleanly.
Increíblemente predecible, una pobre trama articulada alrededor del escape y de la dominación cultural que permite pocas reflexiones más allá del estereotipo. La visión de un mundo culturalmente "desarrollado" versus un mundo enpobrecido, proletario y "carente de cultura" es simplemente vergonzosa y poco cuidadosa en términos de representación. El duelo del personaje es predecible y linear.
Lo mas destacable sin duda es la interpretación, belleza y los primeros planos de la actriz protagonista. Es una belleza natural como hace tiempo que no veía. Por supuesto la música ayuda mucho, incluida la única canción moderna. En su contra están los forzado de algunas situaciones (como la manía de practicar sexo en publico) Y una cosa es que te guste Mozart y otra que con 20 años "disfrutes" con Kieerkegard
Fantastic!! Kill your idols. F**k Patriarchy. Dismantle Class. Adam defenestrated by 'Lilith'. This beautifully understated film is gripping, and possesses a cluster of underlying elements. Layer upon layer this film explores, exposes and exalts in the mirage of civility. What is wild/mad is in the end more dignified. And the music is intoxicating!