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Diarahkan oleh László Nemes
Hungary, Perancis, 2018


A young girl grows up to become a strong and fearless woman in Budapest before World War I.

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Sunset Diarahkan oleh László Nemes
While Sunset isn’t as grueling [as Son of Saul], it still demands that each corner of the frame be examined with the attention of an investigator. Sometimes the image will capture only a glimpse of what Írisz sees, while at other times, the soundtrack provides only clues to the violence and mayhem heard off-screen.
April 03, 2019
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That style applied to the endless horrors depicted in “Son of Saul” made it sometimes unbearable to watch, which was the point. Here, the technique is applied to an allegory of nearly suffocating self-seriousness, to much less powerful effect.
March 21, 2019
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Nemes can be relentlessly opaque, which at time makes the film a drag to follow. But there’s method in his determination to leave us with nowhere to park our own affinities. He’s showing us the soil in which fascism takes root, and in this sense Sunsetoperates as a kind of prequel to the director’s 1915 Son of Saul.
March 21, 2019
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  • josé neves's rating of the film Sunset

    Cinema. The stereophonic sound of this film (and of his previous one), filling the whole space out of the image in grandiosity and omnipresence, doesn't offer a concomitant imaginary imagery, but only a noisy complementarity. We endure a crispy face and camera for more than two hours to reach another flushed travelling that concludes with an image of the actress looking at us, with her usual immutable expression?

  • saitosouta's rating of the film Sunset

    4.5 Budapest, one of the most beautiful city in the world, becomes a labyrinthine pandemonium which stirs audience's brain. Hellish long-take, suffocatingly sinister atmosphere, sublime shadows on the protagonist's face. All the elements proliferate its mystery like bacilli which corrupts our world tranquilliy. If highly manipulative, "Sunset" is a masterful enigma by a young Hungarian maestro, Nemes László.

  • dionysus67's rating of the film Sunset

    From Klimov's greatest disciple, this is a genuinely cinematic dive into the WWI enigma. Filmed in draped colors and gloriously lit, Nemes' film puts the 'Saul' style to better effect. The 'causeless' evil erupts from impeccable surfaces, which turn the firm's name to a pun to denote the schizoid doubling of the European mind. Superbly acted, its hazy style immerses the viewer into the abyss prior to the trenches.

  • Jorge Mourinha's rating of the film Sunset

    Jude's SCARRED HEARTS is better at forlorn, prophetic end-of-the-empire melancholy, but there's no doubt Nemes's hyper-textured, immersive tale of a young woman whose search for her past can't help but destroy it is quite impressive.

  • johmus's rating of the film Sunset

    Even though Nemes is strolling along a similar path to his debut film then his sophomore feature is told with a completely different agenda. It's longevity keeps the viewer's gaze utterly enthralled as one has to endure along with the protagonist in the world of insecurity, disappointment, treachery and greed while constantly hoping that justice will prevail. A film for softies who aren't afraid of epic momentum.

  • Kasra Karbasi's rating of the film Sunset

    When your visual style is to follow your protagonist so closely behind his/ her head, and eliminating the world around, like we're inside the character's head and all the action is subjective, the most brilliant idea might be to make a film about "hats". A film about the shape and figures of hats and how to compose them in images. About different kinds of "movement" inside the frame. And about light.

  • Eric Eidelstein's rating of the film Sunset

    A young woman essentially sleepwalks through mounting violence. Nemes's shtick is more effective here than in Son of Saul, where a simple narrative structure frames a dazzling and disorienting walkabout through Budapest just before the start of WWI. Also, gorgeous hats!

  • Andrew Lang's rating of the film Sunset

    Laszlo Nemes' cinematic instincts are strong, his narrative ones less so. Beautifully shot and sound designed though it is, the incoherence of the story is such that I found it impossible to care what happened to the protagonist. It's an incredibly bold and ambitious project from one of the most exciting filmmakers in the world, but the techniques that made Son of Saul a masterpiece prove to be its downfall.

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