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Pálmason’s work can be treated as a deconstruction of traditionally understood masculinity, and the struggle of the main character as part of the process of breaking this pattern.
The world of “Les Misérables” is a world taken straight from a mediocre rap song. It is not about a coherent social picture…
Gerwig is perhaps the first of Alcott’s adapters who could read between the lines – as if Alcott’s novel had to wait for the right times and sensitivity. As if it had to wait for a woman.
“Proxima” tells the story of the astronaut, Sara (the wonderful Eva Green), who tries to combine dedication to her work and the urge to cross the new frontier with a sense of maternal duty and love for her daughter, Stella.
Mendes starts well, trying to portray the experience of war, the threat of waiting for conflict resolution and life in the trenches. What’s more, it uses a monumental mastershot extended to the length of the entire film.
Since Dogs could be analyzed as a mirror of the male world just after Polish political transformation, we can assume that the last part of the series, Dogs 3: In the Name of the Rules, which has just hit the Polish cinemas, will be a portrait of masculinity after more than 30 years from the memorable year of 1989.
Reviews of selected Academy Awards nominees.
Before watching the Netflix’s Witcher, you should ask yourself – what exactly do you expect from this series? Are you crazy enough to require a good adaptation of the material…
Amjad Abu Alala creates a portrait of a conservative society in which the hypocrisy is clearly visible and the threshold of freedom cannot be crossed so easily.
The film by the South African director can be seen as a lost work of blaxploitation from the 70s. There is some charm in it, but also some doubt.