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.
An intriguing sci-fi thriller that creates an efficient atmosphere of mystery and takes us further and further into this engrossing puzzle in a strange universe that we cannot help but always want to know more about, even if after awhile it is not hard to see where it is all going.
Zizek's many ideas are really fascinating and always fun to watch, but once again he has trouble organizing all of them in a cohesive argument, even if now the result is less rambling than the first film due to the narrowed down focus of what he wants to say.
Marine Vacht gives shape to an enigmatic character that remains fascinating during the whole time even if we don't understand what drives her to act and behave the way she does - which makes for an engaging viewing despite the fact that she never opens up to us.
Polanski gives us a welcome slap across the face with this provocative and deliciously anti-sexist chamber film that is superbly well written - adapted from David Ives' homonymous two-person play - and directed with the level of audacity that it deserves.
Miyazaki indulges himself in his passion for seaplanes with this very enjoyable project of most personal interest, an always entertaining film that benefits from a beautiful soundtrack, a spot-on sense of humor and, even better, a lot of heart.