Ingmar Bergman; The Magic Lantern & Images: My Life in Film [To Joy, Summer Interlude, Waiting Women, Summer with Monika, The Seventh Seal, Wild Strawberries, Through a Glass Darkly, Winter Light, The Silence, Persona, Hour of the Wolf, Shame, The Rite, The Passion of Anna, Cries and Whispers, Scenes from a Marriage, Autumn Sonata, Fanny and Alexander, After the Rehearsal, Saraband]
Andrei Zvyagintsev, Andrzej Żuławski, Béla Tarr, Carl Theodor Dreyer, The Dardenne Brothers, David Lynch, Elem Klimov, Hirokazu Koreeda, Jean Cocteau, Kenji Mizoguchi, Krzysztof Kieślowski, Larisa Shepitko, Michael Haneke, Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Robert Bresson, Satyajit Ray, Sergei Eisenstein, Sergei Parajanov, Studio Ghibli, Terrence Malick, Vincent Gallo, Wim Wenders, Yasujirô Ozu
Anonymous said: Have you seen Under the Skin?
Nope! How did you find it?
Anonymous said: is silent souls a good movie? have you seen any good lately
I enjoyed it very much, I saw my first film by him - The Celestial Wives of Meadow Mari - last year at LIFF, which encouraged me to check out his other works, although only Silent Souls is available on DVD. I watched Reygadas’ Silent Light last night and I loved it immensely! All the silents! Also Le Trou.
Anonymous said: Why would you bother tagging a post with the film's name and the director's name just to say you didn't watch it and you *don't think* would like it based on some Google synopsis? Snowpiercer is an amazing critique of capitalism disguised as an action film, while cleverly subverting the tropes of the genre. It's as good as a film by Godard, Tarkovsky, Renoir. You're free to dismiss it without even bothering with it, but at least don't make careful posts about it like a dutiful bookkeeper.
If you read my blog, you’ll know that I tag every single post I make. Sorry for the organisation.
Anonymous said: have you seen snowpiercer
No; I’ve never heard of it either and I’ve given it a Google and I don’t think it’s my kinda thing.