John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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I think I am becoming an Ackerman junkie. Astounding contrast in space between the personal and the social, between the mind and the body - lots of performance similarities to HBO's Girls with a similar young adult listlessness. Ackerman must have learned at this point that dialogue obscures meaning rather than helping any, she seems to have eliminated most of it. Almost presented in three acts - isolation, his world, her world.
I love the depth and diversity of moments in this film. Nothing is clean cut or black and white, nothing is really resolved.
Beautiful, seamless, emotionally authentic performances with such subtlety and honesty. Small, personal story with HUGE feminist-political agenda. Wonderfully directed. Such skill at recreating this period both visually and in performance.
Real, stirring, beautifully shot and designed, awful scene transitions (this must have been early avid editing choices), but made up for it with emotional core.
So much Mansplaining! Loved all of the unspoken communication here, the comradery of the women together came from a shared understanding of oppression. If I was a man watching this film, I might not get it.