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Strange Days

Réalisé par Kathryn Bigelow
États-Unis, 1995
Science-fiction, Drame, Thriller


Le numérique a fait de fulgurants progrès, à l’aube du XXIe siècle. Ainsi, Lenny Nero a-t-il compris le profit qu’il pourrait en tirer. Ce voyou sans scrupule utilise donc le Squid, un procédé mis au point par le FBI, pour enregistrer les scènes les plus choc de la vie…

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Strange Days Réalisé par Kathryn Bigelow
Bigelow’s film has an energy and tone to it even when its narrative unbuckles, falls away. In this sense it is a true noir: oneiric, uncanny, anchored by some tangible essence even when it isn’t making much sense.
March 25, 2018
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Today’s apocalypses have the unenviable fortune of either tomorrow’s farces, which we read and watch and laugh over at how much worse things actually are than we were warned, or today’s uncanny documentaries, weird reverse time-capsules that accidentally captured the zeitgeist of the future. STRANGE DAYS is both. It is a film that unflinchingly puts American racism and misogyny on display as driving forces of catastrophic exploitation, cruelty, violence, and barbarism
December 15, 2017
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Cameron and Cocks’s script is curious about the tech, but incurious about who, besides a sad hustler and a murderer, would want to use it. Bigelow, on the other hand, is as always a master of action — curious about how it looks and what it means to keep looking, even when we want to turn away. She shows she’s a master of perspective; our time looking through the eyes of SQUID is as serious and discomfiting as anything she’s done.
August 03, 2017
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