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A Bigger Splash

Disutradarai oleh Luca Guadagnino
Italia, Prancis, 2015
Kriminal, Drama, Misteri


Paul and Marianne spend their vacation in Italy and experiences trouble when the wife invites a former lover and his teenage daughter to visit, which leads to jealousy and dangerous sexual scenarios.

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A Bigger Splash Disutradarai oleh Luca Guadagnino

Penghargaan & Festival

Venice Film Festival

2015 | 2 Pemenang: Best Innovative Budget Award

Independent Spirit Awards

2017 | 1 nominasi: Best Supporting Male

Village Voice Film Poll

2016 | 1 nominasi: Best Supporting Actor

Indiewire Critics' Poll

2016 | 2 nominasi: Best Supporting Actor

I like how the film makes Tilda Swinton’s famous rock star more vulnerable by making her more remote and largely mute, and the fact that she is actually the least mysterious persona in the film. Perhaps against my better judgment, I am swept up in the incessant attack of Guadagnino’s camera, which strikes every room and character from as many angles as possible, through zooms, abrupt dollies, and point-of-view shots.
November 18, 2016
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La Piscine should have been directed by Chabrol. Its blackly comic situation is dissipated by Deray’s inability to pace, his persnickety framing, and his general discomfort with the script—he is happier with the terse testosterone of crime narratives like Borsalino and Flic Story. This is material that needs to be grabbed by the hair and run with, as Guadagnino does and then some. Nevertheless, partly because of Carrière’s sly plotting, La Piscine is by far the more interesting of the two films.
May 31, 2016
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Guadagnino usurps traditional narrative storytelling for jarring stylistic decisions, like sudden accusatory close-ups and ponderous long takes. The agitation caused by Harry’s tornado-like personality and motivations further inspires a sense of collective disruption. That theme ultimately comes to fruition in an unsatisfyingly familiar finale, but by then the film has already achieved an invisible menace that has been consistently filtered through passive-aggression and desire.
May 17, 2016
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  • Jason's rating of the film A Bigger Splash

    I'm not a guy who comes at a movie w/ this insistence that the movie prove to me that it needs to exist, although whether a movie needs to exist or not becomes more insistent a question when the movie in question is a remake. I can think of few films I have seen in recent memory that have struck me as having less of a reason to exist than A BIGGER SPLASH. It's just hangin' out, all purposeless 'n' shit.

  • Richmond Hill's rating of the film A Bigger Splash

    A typically discursive exercise from this director, constructed of exquisite moments but not quite a convincing whole. The whirling, unfocused need to reference everything that takes the film maker's fancy becomes a tad skittish, but nevertheless it hangs together despite itself. The sharp performances atone and the (belated) swerve into darker territory satisfies. It repays a revisit for select sequences.

  • LauraPalmer's rating of the film A Bigger Splash

    Tilda Swinton + Ralph Fiennes: basically the only reason I've watched this film. We didn't need a La piscine remake, thanks. Btw is Luca Guadagnino trying to make us believe that Dakota Johnson can play the same role than JANE BIRKIN? WTF

  • "Mother" Gin Sling's rating of the film A Bigger Splash

    People here are getting naked more and more times. The act of giving away one's own clothes gains a symbolic value: A Bigger Splash is talking about edonism. Guadagnino's filmmaking style is driven by an intense sensuality. Genius soundtrack choice: Verdi's Falstaff. The whole world is a farce.

  • Palmat's rating of the film A Bigger Splash

    A good film with a stellar cast on fine form (especially Fiennes in free-wheeling-mode) and glorious vistas. What is lacking is a sense of drive or urgency in the narrative which meanders more than it should. I did however like the aimless feel of the whole thing and that it takes its time getting where it needs to be. But that might also be what keeps the movie from really gripping the audience.

  • msmichel's rating of the film A Bigger Splash

    A quartet of superior performances is given here in the latest cinematographic exercise by director Luca Guadagnino. A rock star recuperating from a voice operation has found solace and normality with a younger man in an ideal Italian village only to be confronted by a former partner and lover and his young vivacious daughter. Passion in all forms can be dangerous. Swinton, Schoenaerts and Johnson are great....

  • Filipe F. Coutinho's rating of the film A Bigger Splash

    The people in Guadagnino’s film are glamorous, full of life and inevitably decadent. It's through these characters, well-rounded and always hiding something, that we feel the pulse of an otherwise monotonous vacation. Going from little stab to little stab, this potboiler anchors its venom in the energy of words while revealing the truth in looks and movement.

  • ig_____or's rating of the film A Bigger Splash

    "A Bigger Splash" or "the summer holidays I would kill to have".Guadagnino and Swinton go from depressed Italian matriarch to American rockstar on vacations with great confidence and the same impeccable style. Supported by the obnoxious Fiennes, bitchy Dakota and hunky Schoenaerts, Swinton still shines despite her few, whispered lines. If only I could be the fifth element in this mess and bang the housekeeper... not!

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