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On Color in Zulawski's Possession

“…in every possible theory of colors -and here again we go theoretical- blue is the color of separation, of despair, of loneliness, and it goes from Goethe, to the Iranian Sufis, to the Japanese theories. 512 more words

Cinema Is Dead: Finest Films Of 2015

This has been already said, yet, having a separate anthology list for films this year, we’re left with no choice but to reprise the statement — i.e. 235 more words


The power of love: Possession

I can’t exist by myself because I’m afraid of myself, because I’m the maker of my own evil.

If you’ve ever been in a rapidly deteriorating relationship, perhaps you’ve heard or said or thought something like the above.  

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Acho que a história do cinema atravessa uma fase um bocadinho sombria e que não se adequa nem a mim nem ao cinema que faço. Mas não fiquei de braços cruzados. 52 more words


Andrzej Żuławski’s 1971 Nightmarish Debut Film, “The Third Part of the Night,” Brings Revelations 8:12 To War

There are moments in war that almost seem too barbaric to have ever happened, and then there are those places such as Weigl Institute in Lwów, Poland, where the work was so completely bizarre yet sanely conducted to make it possible to save lives that it could not be imagined by the brightest minds of fiction. 1,176 more words


Hong Sang-soo's 'Right Now, Wrong Then' Takes Top Honors At Locarno

“Right Now, Wrong Then,” a bittersweet romantic comedy by Hong Sang-soo, has taken the coveted Golden Leopard prize at the 68th edition of the Locarno Film Festival. 660 more words


Locarno Film Review: 'Cosmos'

While strolling through the woods, a self-questioning law student chances upon a sparrow dangling by a string and, obsessed with its significance, begins an inquiry into the interrelatedness of things. 1,047 more words