1) michael clayton. a frantic, energetic flick. the very first scene is heart pounding and eerily strange, and the rest of the movie stays on the same wavelength. dialogue feels like two sides exchanging fire. then three sides. then four...add to the mix one of the most cathartic endings i've ever seen on screen.
2) indignation. this movie is paced like a perfect first date - gestures, silence, and words combine together to lend a dreamy texture to the proceedings. young romance, college life, and a fiery debate about the validity of science versus the validity of faith are part of the mix. the ending is heart-breaking. this movie is tender like a child's tear - weightless, and yet enough to crunch a heart to dust.
3) columbus. an arthouse movie, became a sundance darling in 2015. the city of columbus in usa is the mecca of architecture - and that's where the movie is set. what goes without saying, then, is that the movie is gorgeous to look at. the central theme of the movie is concerned with the question of what do children owe their parents. everything? nothing? something in the middle? where's the middle? in terms of pacing the movie's the opposite of michael clayton - and yet for some reason, feels just as dense.
4) carnage. the three movies above are great, but this one is a masterpiece. if you only watch one of these, make it this one. #movies#films#cinema#recommendations#artmovies
fastlife : aller toujours plus loin, plus vite, pour briller aux yeux des autres : telle est la devise de franklin. franklin est un trentenaire mégalomane obnubilé par l’envie de briller à n’importe quel prix. il devra choisir entre devenir un homme ou continuer à vivre la fastlife.
365, prada pre fall 2018 advertising campaign - prada industreality
a fantasy factory, a dream-like industrial panorama - a window into a different incarnation of the prada woman. this facet of 365 exploring the prada pre-fall 2018 womenswear collection envisages a hybrid of the functional and the feminine, models posed with classicism against unexpected, utilitarian backdrops, to create an arresting contemporary contrast.