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Written & Directed By: Terrence Malick
Cinematography By: Emmanuel Lubezki
Editor: A.J.Edwards, Keith Fraase, Geoffrey Richman & Mark Yoshikawa 

Cast: Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Wes Bentley, Brain Dennehy, Frieda Pinto, Natalie Portman, Teresa Palmer, Isabel Lucas, Imogen Poots, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Cherry Jones, Michael Wincott, Jason Clarke, Antonio Banderas, Thomas Lennon, Nick Offerman, Kevin Corrigan, Joel Kinnaman, Clifton Collins Jr, Dale Dehaan, Shea Whigham, Ryan O’Neal, Bruce Wagner, Joe Lo Truglio, Fabio, Jocelin Donahue, Joe Manganiello, Beau Garrett, Nick Kroll, Danny Strong… 2,361 more words

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Terrence Malick [Part IV] - The FreeFall Triptych

THE FREEFALL TRIPTYCH is the fourth chapter of THE DIRECTORS SERIES’ examination into the films and career of director Terrence Malick, covering his trio of experimental voyages into the mysteries of love and the interior unknown: … 11 more words


The Tree of Life - Reflections

Terrence Malick is no ordinary filmmaker, nor is The Tree of Life a typical drama. (Is it a drama?)

It’s hard to put the film’s plot into a box, but that being said I’ll try my best before I go into my thoughts. 988 more words

#942 The Tree of Life (2011)

#942 The Tree of Life

2011 // USA // Terrence Malick

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Mr. O’Brien (Brad Pitt): ‘Toscanini once recorded a piece 65 times. 677 more words


Hyperconnectivity trascending space and time in Upstream Color.

The following article contains spoilers of the 2013 opus that we’re discussing today.

Confronting and discussing Shane Carruth’s follow up to his Sundance success from 2004, … 3,448 more words

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Shadows and Fog (1991)

Part of Arrow’s Woody Allen blu-ray box-set that I bought last year, Shadows and Fog is one of his films that I hadn’t seen before, and I came to it not knowing what to expect, but you know, it’s a Woody Allen film, so you expect it to be… well, everything this film largely isn’t, as it turns out. 784 more words


Badlands (1973)

I’ve always maintained a great admiration for Terence Malick, even after only seeing two of his most renowned pictures, Days of Heaven (1978) and Tree of Life (2011).  983 more words