#eternalsunshineofthespotlessmind (en español #malamía) va de @maluma (#jimcarrey) un tío al que lo deja su novia del instituto y para olvidarse de ella se zumba a todo lo que se mueve. lo que pasa que cada vez que se acuesta con una tipa no siente nada y piensa que lo mismo el amor no existe. un día se cree que ha pillado el sida y va al médico. en la consulta le revisan el orto, le gusta y se forma la gozadera.
Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind (2008)
director: micheal gondry -awards: academy award for best original screenplay
i actually have a copy of the screenplay (i’m really proud of it!) and i’ve read it and it’s awesome. this movie is one the weirdest and awesomest (if that’s a word) movies ever. it’s one of my favorites with an unreliable narrator. the narrator, joel, is undergoing a “weird” medical process and he doesn’t even know what’s going on in his brain, and the audience are following his thoughts and his memories. the plot is amazing, i love nonlinear plots. because i love the formalism theme and i know a lot about it. so formalism is one of the main themes that are used in films especially in hollywood, and it originally comes from russia. a little history lesson, after the russian revolution, a lot of filmmakers fled the country. the remaining filmmakers, other than discovering how to edit films, created this new theme in moviemaking. they wanted to challenge the audience, the wanted to story to be complicated, they didn’t want the audience to simply accept the film (or the play) they wanted them the be challenged and also challenge the filmmakers. one of the elements of this theme is a nonlinear plot. i think the movies with nonlinear plots are brilliant. let’s not forget about the cinematography of this movie. and clementine’s hair color. in the beginning of the movie her hair was blue, *spoiler alert* at the end of the movie we find out that the first scene wasn’t actually where joel and clementine met but it was after they both had forgotten each other. clementine was going through a lot, emotionally and so her hair color is blue and we all know that blue is often associated with depth, it symbolizes the truth and the human mind. also joel and clementine really met at the beach, the ocean is blue. the color that clementine has used is called “blue ruin.” her hair changes as her mental state and emotions change throughout the story like she said it herself she “applies her personality in a paste”. i love the character depth in this film, it’s outstanding. this movie is really good and i love it. #eternalsunshineofthespotlessmind#michealgo