Da 5 Bloods
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I May Destroy You
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I really love this movie! An amazing story of love, music, traditions that transcend all borders. After this movie, the Korean cinema has definetely captured my heart! The soundtrack of this movie is absolutely amazing!!
This has to be the most complicated Chinese film I've ever seen. In one review that I read it was described more as a poem than a movie - it certainly doesn't follow the structure of a basic film. The scenery and filmography is simply beautiful. The stories often seem to be very related to their scenery, and also do make some sense put together.
Now here at last we have a "realistic" presentation of the mafia. The people in it are really not as "perfect mobs" as many American films seem to be supposing. The reality of mafia in Italy is hard and the people in it destroy everything good around them.
This is the second movie I've seen from Sang-soo Hong (the other one was "Night and Day"). Both of them have given me lots of things to think about and really have been great experiences. I met him when came to the Paris Festival de Cinema, and I kind of think he would wish to be like the director in this film, which he is is not. ;)