Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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The cinematography is wonderful, but the plot is too vague. There could be a message here, but it's buried too deep to dig out.
[Director Ki-duk] creates some startling images within the curious logic of his tale. It has something to do with inhaling badness and exhaling goodness but those expecting it to make sense shouldn't exactly hold their breath.
A typically quirky chamber drama by helmer Kim Ki-duk.
Breath is more or less pointless-and yet, it's the Kim film I like the most because, paradoxically, it coheres the least.
A surreal convergence of sex, death and erotically charged assisted suicide via asphyxiation, and the weird way that a female object of desire can take your breath away, in more ways than one.
...a tender romance between a dejected housewife and a mute death-row prisoner that is surprisingly compassionate and even offers up a few moments of comic relief.
This story of a disenfranchised woman represents a step-down for the gifted South Korean helmer Kim Ki-Duk in an uneven film in which the parts are more interesting than the whole.
With this tender and sensitive film that ought to be felt and experienced, Kim Ki-Duk explores again many of the narrative elements that are also present in his previous films and which he is so fascinated about, such as love, silence, loneliness and the passage of time.
Anothe masterwork by Kim Ki-duk, The story is strange but like his other films Soom is filled with magical ideas & impressive moments
It was alright, food for thought I guess :)
I love the films of Ki-duk Kim so much. Seriously he's fucking amazing. His subtle approach to film making allows to to wallow in his incredible images. His symbolism and lack of dialogue give you a chance to really get involved in the thought process of cinema. Breath is one his most difficult works, not just because of the plot but also as it appears to work in conjunction with many of his other films. Loneliness being a major theme that may keep away many viewers. He does however find the beauty in dark and disturbing themes, especially visual beauty. The snowmen created here, or the paintings within jail. It certainly deserves more than one watch.
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