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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.
Kevin Smith's shot at a "serious" movie is this infuriating, terribly directed and unfocused mess that only manages to be morally disgusting in its childish, inconsistent political ideas, while also full of implausible situations and long, unnecessary monologues.
This revealing, funny and well edited film is a must-see for fans of Nick Cave and for all those who would like to take an intimate look into an artist's creative process and motivation, even if the charm wears off fast and the doc is also stuffed with a tad too many concert scenes.
Although the very idea that a Catholic priest in Ireland would face such increasing rejection does not really convince me, this is a provocative and ironic drama centered on a goodhearted but inescapably hypocritical man who represents an institution that in fact has brought about a great deal of pain.
A gorgeous, poetic and delicate film that knows that little can be said and yet all can be conveyed with beautiful images and a wonderfully subtle approach to a character's life, and it is almost impossible to not feel enormously enchanted by the beauty and serenity of what we witness.
An engaging, slow-burning satanic thriller for the first hour, but soon the mysteries start to pile up in a plot that leaves a lot unanswered (What was the reason behind the first death? Why does Corso act the way he does in the end?), and it falls flat with a very anticlimactic conclusion.