More relevant then ever.
Nelson Garrido’s Caracas Sangrante,1993.
5:47 am • 26 February 2014 • 36 notes
Coffee and Cigarets, 2004. Jim Jarmusch
1:10 pm • 24 February 2014
its been a remarkable year for us film lovers and lately, I must admit, I’ve watched every film part of the award season. From 12 Years a Slave to August: Osage County. Frankly, I’ve seen them all. And Rayon, is probably the most believable character I have come across this year in film. Letos depiction of a transgender HIV positive in Dallas during the explosion of Aids in the 80’s is brilliant in every way. From savvy card player with a cleavage to humble son with an oversize suit. Not to be missed.
6:01 am • 11 February 2014 • 2 notes
The Wolf of Wall Street
This is the original Jordan Belfort and Danny Porush having a terrible time.
9:27 am • 21 January 2014 • 14 notes
Belgian Bluegrass and The Broken Circle Breakdown
After a week of mandatory recovery due a to a unspecified malfunction of my stomach walls – nothing too serious, but rather annoying – I was beginning to find my living room too boring. Broken Circle Breakdown provided me with the emotional journey that one experiments when discovers a film with uncanny familiarity.
The story unfolds around a Bluegrass music band in an unknown Flemish territory. With flashbacks narrates the life of a couple, unassumingly drawing parallels with Mangold’s 2005’s Walk the Line and Cianfrance’s Blue Valentine. Not only character but also music wise. However, days after having watch the film what doesn’t leaves my mind is the cheerful voices of the main characters who -like Johnny and June- are the lead singers of the band.
There is no question about film ability to bring us closer to music and make us linger in this new world. Yet, is my humble opinion that the main accomplishment of Groeningen
is to show to the shamefully ignorant , myself included, a small peek into what we are missing with Belgian bluegrass.
2:02 pm • 5 December 2013
Absolut beauty. 1990 Fiat Uno
1990 Fiat Uno
9:24 am • 19 August 2013 • 109 notes
Just discover a blog where the main attraction are film stills where actors are staring at the camera. There are some great ones. My favorite, Phoenix staring at us in last years best film, The Master by Paul Thomas Anderson.
9:26 am • 5 August 2013 • 120 notes