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- Warsaw International Film Festival
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Genre cinema in itself, as we have already seen, can be a great critical tool, commenting and strongly referring to reality.
Imagine a world taken alive from Cormac McCarthy’s prose. An isolated, strange, disturbing world in which you can feel the atmosphere of the end of the road – a bit apocalyptic, a bit of being “on the other side”, in magical space, a bit of stubborn, desperate survival in a gloomy, cruel, lonely poverty. It is a world in which the past blends with the present, in which the tragedy likes to be reminded of and relived again – like a return to alcohol addiction.
Getting Over It With Bennett Foddy is an unique, critical commentary on contemporary digital culture.
Jagoda Szelc plays very effectively on fears deriving from rational-irrational tension. Fears that have become one of the fundamental elements of everyday life in Poland.
Raoul Peck created a thoroughly personal identity manifesto. The narrative consists of archival materials depicting the struggle of the African-American movement, visual film quotes, fragments of contemporary protests and manifestations, and all this is bound by a text read by Samuel L. Jackson, which is an adaptation of the James Baldwin’s never completed book.
And this is where the problem arises, which makes this dilemma lose its meaning – why now? Why now Wakanda cannot bypass the choice: open to others or continue isolationist policy. Let’s stop for a moment and think.
The masculine, brutal world is told from a woman’s perspective and with the addition of a classic dress-up motif.