Brazilian guy living in Berlin, born in Rio de Janeiro, addicted to the Seventh Art and all types of films: from cult to mainstream, films d'auteur to blockbusters, arthouse to B movies, animations to documentaries, short films to miniseries.
Holly Hunter and Anna Paquin shine in terrific performances in this beautiful, haunting story that Campion carries off with sheer sensitivity and in a slow-burning fashion that helps to explore the complexity of its characters and themes like restraint, passion and loneliness.
A funny and charming two-men mockumentary (of which most is improvised), edited from the BBC TV series and relying on a great chemistry between Coogan and Brydon - it is almost impossible not to laugh hard at their hilarious impersonations and remarks on the food.
A solid and entertaining satire that makes fun of the fashion world and the people involved in it, even though in a very obvious way but with many well-inspired moments, including a hilarious gas station explosion and that priceless "walk-off" with David Bowie as judge.
Despite the cheap production values and the subpar animation that serves as the comics-come-to-life wrap-around thread, this is a very amusing collection of three competent stories, with the first one being only average and the following two more interesting and entertaining.
An aesthetically gorgeous film fused with intense eroticism in its "sensory jukebox" and a surreal atmosphere highlighted by M83's trippy score, but it goes a bit too far in its efforts to be profound and poetic, becoming instead prolix and self-indulgent.