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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.
The awful score is so off-putting and the film unapologetically ambiguous about its intentions (which are never made exactly clear), as though just to place Groff's character from HBO TV series Looking - cocky, awkward and easily intimidated - in this sort of situation and not go anywhere from there.
A delicate and profoundly complex character study that finds a most perfect balance between melancholy and humor, with multidimensional characters (played by some excellent actors), an elegant, fluid direction and a spontaneous dialogue that feels as though it were all ad-libbed.
A delicious French comedy based on a real story involving Eric Rohmer and Jocelyn Quivrin, and centered on an immature yet charismatic character at the hilarious backstage and shooting of a film with its bloopers, budget problems and behind-scenes romance.
A handsome period drama about an admirable young woman who manages to maintain her dignity in a society ruled by certain laws that, as one character puts it, were in fact frameworks for crime - and the gracious script avoids clichés and proves to be surprisingly moving.
Despite the interest generated by its intriguing mystery (in ways reminiscent of films like Cube), this recent addition to the young-adult wave that has plagued cinemas in the past few years has a silly ending that makes everything preceding it seem like a waste of time.