The purpose is the action. If conclusions were of any importance, then our clairvoyant inactions would be the motric operations throughout which we fashion our existence. Knowing that any dissociation from the purpose is nothing else than a detour from the completeness of our intentions – we feel obliged to invoke zero-sum events dressed as an excuse to explore our spasmodic, aimless journeys. Yet the commitment we ↓
some very stunning moments... love the language, and the city of oslo. it reminds me of when i was living in denmark, and it just makes me miss it... love joachim trier's style and the cinematography, oh my! can't wait to see more of him and his growth as a director. he inspires me to make films in a new way.
Más allá de una historia sobre la amistad y el amor incondicional, ¡Basta! muestra la redención y el alto en el camino que todos llegamos a realizar para cambiar profundamente. ¡Excelente film! Felicidades MUBI, cada día mejor.
An astonishing debut by Joachim Trier who later made "Oslo, 31 August", one of my favorite films of the last 10 years. He has a keen eye for what you could call the "forever young" or "new adults". Filmed with a sense of snap and honesty, Trier proves that he's maybe one of the great new european directors. The kind that was missing for so long.
This was the first movie I saw by Joachim Trier few months ago. I was absolutely blown away by his vague and natural way of storytelling.
You need to give some credit to Anders Danielsen Lie for his beautiful acting
I was a bit surprised when I heard that Louder Than Bombs was going to have Jesse Eisenberg as the main actor because I can't imagine a new Trier's movie without Anders right now. Five stars.