Human Capital is a film that works effectively on all levels. However, the further a viewer is willing to dive in to the story, the implications thereof, and the characters’ psyches the more rewarding an experience it will be. 704 more words
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What is the value of human life? How much is your own life worth? You may not be able to put a price on it, but insurance companies surely can. 536 more words
The telling of stories from multiple perspectives is not new to cinema and such an approach is most effective when each ‘version’ of events not only tells/shows us something new about the person from whose perspective we are watching things play out, but also offers insight into the people around them and the broader world they inhabit. 652 more words
Bottles of Christian Dior Dolce Vita and Lancôme Poême in the department store where the baker (Valeria Bruni Tedeschi) goes shopping. The choice to put them on the shelves is historically accurate: the fragrance by Dior (created by Pierre Bourdon and Maurice Roger) was launched in 1994, while the Lancôme one (created by Jacques Cavallier) was launched in 1995.