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Chinatown by Roman Polanski - an Analysis on the Ending

The most striking scene of Roman Polanski’s Chinatown was to me, at its end. In this last scene, Polanski and his actors make us feel as if we’ve stumbled onto a real crime scene. 772 more words


Is the perception of Art for Art's sake just fool's gold?

In its beginning, art was created as a connection between man and god. The enormity of questions about existence, about ideas and ingenuity—those Why am I here? 1,365 more words

J.D. Salinger

Chinatown (1974)

The 1970s were the height of “new cinema:” the age of the film school director drawing on studies of past masterpieces to create a new technique. 462 more words


Macbeth and Macduff's duel

From Roman Polanski’s visceral 1971 film adaptation.


Mini-Review: Roman Polanski's Film Adaptation of David Ives' Tony Award Nominated Play Venus in Fur (2013)

It’s late in the evening, it’s storming outside and Thomas (Mathieu Amalric) just wants to go home to his girlfriend and eat some sushi. It’s been a long day of auditions. 494 more words


La Vénus à la Fourrure (2013): Polanski’den Kadın-Erkek Dengesine Entelektüel Bir Yorum

33.Uluslararası İstanbul Film Festivali Akbank Galaları bölümünde gösterilecek olan, 2013 yılının Cannes filminde yarışma filmi olarak boy gösteren Roman Polanski’nin son filmi, usta yönetmenin eşi Emanuelle Seigner’in başrolde şov yaptığı kişisel bir film. 842 more words

Fransız Sineması

Amor y locura en cuatro películas

El amor y la locura son los motores que hacen andar la vida.

-Marguerite Yourcenar

Querido blog (el “Querido diario” de los solos más solos) 422 more words

Alfonsina Storni