Petition to have Ana Garcia, Christine "Lady Bird" McPherson and Claire Fisher from Six Feet Under meet and discuss their lives in New York.
Please. Someone. Make that happen for me.
I was fortunate enough to see this film on the big screen at NYFF this morning. I was also fortunate enough to have this film introduced to us by none other than the great Guillermo del Toro, who was sent by Alfonso Cuaron. Del Toro said that he was one of the first people to see Roma and that he had racked his brains trying to find something to say to Cuaron. In the end, he just said: "I have…
You know that feeling when you know you loved the movie but you can't just put your finger on why?
Well this is one of those time.
I just loved it loved it loved it.
No explanation needed.
But what a creepy soundtrack (which was perfect)
Nicest (and most incomprehensible) Scottish accent!
I'll most certainly have to see that again.
What to say about shame?
It's one of these time where you're just amazed by so many thing at the same time. The screenplay was incredible, and Steve McQueen just has a stunning style.
It's so impressive how he depicts such a subject (from what I've seen, McQueen has a particular talent with themes that are still stigmatized and tabou in our society) in such a great way. It's beautiful and ugly at the same time.
And from what I have seen, this is absolutely Michael Fassbender best performance.
I can't wait to see Hunger now!