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I May Destroy You
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Pretty good flick though a lil fishy.
A surrealist romance with poetic imagery and reaching moral questions.
Villeneuve is getting a little better, but his best work is still ahead of him.
Here I am, finishing the filmography of Villeneuve with one of his first works. "Maelstrom" is abut the randomness of life and death. Probably nothing that I didn't see before, but I guess that a talking fish and some good music can go a long way (at least once).
Unusual drama with darkly comedic undertones (overtones?). Quirky exploration of depression, guilt, and loss. Worth a watch. Oh, and it is narrated by a fish head
Filme bem diferente e interessante....altas idas e vindas.
Denis Villeneuve film I saw years ago. Simple story, realism except for little flaws. I think the theme is cruelty, whether willful, accidental, or naive. I like the idea of the double guilt we get to compare. Good work announcing better to come.
Even though I found the story uneven, the focused look at devastation is strong here. The over exposed look also helped achieve that.
A more grounded and ambicious flick, Villeneuve's second film plays with several plot devices that, effectively, works on favour of a movie with great visuals and substance, although the rythm and some music selections don't quite work.