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NAKADAI Tatsuya edition

>/film/ literature
>/film/ charts
>/film/ directors directory
>but user, how do I make webms with MPV?


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is gus vant sant a retard savant or savant retard?

what an ugly haircut he had in this one

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reminder of the Cannes lineup, 2 or 3 titles still unannounced


>Les Amandiers, dir: Valeria Bruni Tedeschi
autobiographical Les Amandiers (The Almond Trees) is about Bruni Tedeschi's years in Paris in the 1980s at Patrick Chereau's theater school
>Holy Spider, dir: Ali Abbasi
we follow family man Saeed as he embarks on his own religious quest – to “cleanse” the holy Iranian city of Mashhad from immoral and corrupt street prostitutes
>Crimes Of The Future, dir: David Cronenberg
A deep dive into the not-so-distant future in which humankind is learning to adapt to its synthetic surroundings. This evolution moves humans beyond their natural state and into a metamorphosis, which alters their biological makeup
>Stars At Noon, dir: Claire Denis
In 1984's Nicaragua, a mysterious English businessman and a headstrong American journalist strike up a romance as they soon become embroiled in a dangerous labyrinth of lies and conspiracies
>Frère Et Soeur, dir: Arnaud Desplechin
Alice is an actress, Louis was a teacher and a poet. Alice has hated her brother for over twenty years.
>Tori And Lokita, dirs: Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne
a friendship between two young people after traveling from Africa and becoming exiled in Belgium
>Armageddon Time, dir: James Gray
A coming-of-age story about growing up in Queens in the 1980s.
>Close, dir: Lukas Dhont
Leo and Remi, two thirteen-year-old boys, have their close friendship suddenly thrown into disarray as the prospect of adolescence looms.

>Broker, dir: Hirokazu Kore-eda
The film revolves around characters associated with baby boxes, which allow infants to be dropped off anonymously to be cared for by others
>RMN, dir: Cristian Mungiu
no description
>Triangle Of Sadness, dir: Ruben Ostlund
This dark comedy centers on a fashion model celebrity couple (Dickinson and Dean) who are invited on a luxury cruise for the super-rich. The yacht –whose captain is a rabid Marxist (Harrelson)– sinks, leaving the duo stranded on a desert island with a group of billionaire jetsetters and a cleaning lady,
>Showing Up, dir: Kelly Reichardt
a vibrant and sharply funny portrait of an artist on the verge of a career-changing exhibition
>Decision To Leave, dir: Park Chan-wook
a meticulous detective investigating the murder of a man in the mountains. However, he falls in love with the main suspect of the crime
>Nostalgia, dir: Mario Martone
neapolitan mafia story
>Tchaikovski’s Wife, dir: Kirill Serebrennikov
>Boy From Heaven, dir: Tarik Saleh
set in Cairo at a Koranic school following the collapse of a grand imam
>Leila’s Brothers, dir: Saeed Roustaee
no description
>Eo, dir: Jerzy Skolimowski
Au Hasard Balthazar Cinematic Universe reboot

*Les Pires, dirs: Lisa Akoka, Romane Gueret
Burning Days, dir: Emin Alper
*Metronom, dir: Alexandru Belc
All The People I’ll Never Be, dir: Davy Chou
Sick Of Myself, dir: Kristoffer Borgli
Domingo And The Mist, dir: Ariel Escalante Meza
*Plan 75, dir: Hayakawa Chie
*Beast, dirs: Riley Keough, Gina Gammell
Corsage, dir: Marie Kreutzer
*Butterfly Vision, dir: Maksim Nakonechnyi
The Silent Twins, dir: Agnieszka Smocynska
The Stranger, dir: Thomas M Wright
*Joyland, dir: Saim Sadiq
*Rodeo, dir: Lola Quivoron
Godland, dir: Hlynur Palmason
*Denotes first film, eligible for the Camera d’Or

Nos Frangins, dir: Rachid Bouchareb
Nightfall, dir: Marco Bellocchio
Dodo, dir: Panos H Koutras
Irma Vep (series), dir: Olivier Assayas

Z (Comme Z), dir: Michel Hazanavicius
Top Gun: Maverick, dir: Joseph Kosinski
Elvis, dir: Baz Luhrmann
Novembre, dir: Cédric Jimenez
Three Thousand Years Of Longing, dir: George Miller
Mascarade, dir: Nicolas Bedos

Hunt, dir: Lee Jung-Jae
Moonage Daydream, dir: Brett Morgen
Fumer Fait Tousser, dir: Quentin Dupieux

All That Breathes, dir: Shaunak Sen
The Natural History Of Destruction, dir: Sergei Loznitsa
Jerry Lee Lewis: Trouble In Mind, dir: Ethan Coen

>Au Hasard Balthazar Cinematic Universe reboot

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I liked it more than I expected, but the ending is classic 90s Altman (too cyinical and tryhard)

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Top Gun is the only one I wanna see

2 or 3 French films for sure. Lynchtards BTFO.
Pietro Marcello opens Directors' Fortnight with L'Envol. New Mia Hansen Love might be there too.

what kino are we watching on this fine easter sunday, bros?

reading pic related
>The auteur theory, as defined by Andrew Sarris, is applicable to filmmaking practice. However, like most theories of art forms (e.g., Stanislavsky’s on acting) it has bred ridiculous and dangerous excesses. Many young directors now use it as a justification for self-indulgent, dictatorial attitudes, especially when working with actors, just as some insecure actors use a distortion of Stanislavsky’s “method” as a justification for self-indulgent ego trips when working with their fellows.

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I unironically started watching Jesus of Nazareth. Herodes is a jerk

Good film. Any recommendations like it?

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Woman in the Dunes is the most obvious choice

The Gnostic trilogy: Taxi Driver, Werckmeister Harmonies, The Plea.


>Many young directors now use it as a justification for self-indulgent, dictatorial attitudes
So what?

>So what?
fart smelling general

What the fuck did I just watch

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Il grande kino


New Hollywood is /film/ right? Ah who gives a shit? Anyway, this movie is annoying and stupid. Why is it popular? The MC is horrible to watch.

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shes just like me fr


just watched a bunch of entry-level arthouse movies starting yesterday (oasis 2002, seven samurai, three colors: blue and currently stalker). anyone care to recommend some easy-going films like Oasis 2002 which can hold a small brain's attention for the movie's full duration while i have enjoyed all these films i feel like im always fighting to give them my full undivided attention in the wake of their often slow pacing

Les Demoiselles de Rochefort, I vitelloni, Killing of a Chinese Bookie, Four Nights of a Dreamer, Orpheus, Beau Travail, El Verdugo, Kiarostami's Koker trilogy, The Passenger, Lola, La Piscine, The Long Goodbye

He will get filtered by The PassengerFour Nights of a Dreamer, Orpheus, Beau Travail and maybe Koker

im a huge fan of 1960s twilight zone fan so premise's like this Orpheus movie are very up my alley but then again i did try to watch The Exterminating Angel like a year and a half ago because it literally sounds like a twilight zone plotline and never finished it. being a brainlet unable to get behind movies with complex cinematography and story telling is a real tragedy

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I both hate and love the ending

Look at him and laugh HAHHAHAHAHAHAHA. Watch Carnival of Souls and Altered States.

>American critics rave how revisionist western elevate the genre to a more serious and realistic heights compared to the silly western films of a bygone era
>Corbucci makes a film about how a western story would realistically play out
>waaaah this is too gritty, we can't play it in american theaters

watch woman in the dunes

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Happy Easter, /film/lads.

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wtf is wrong with you

It makes me happy knowing this dude is still kicking.

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Is drive my car actually good?

Same here

>Commie rethoric: the movie

It's the best Saab ad ever made

>That liminal Spacing

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Orpheus is mediocre.

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I saw the film a couple of months ago and the theme song is still stuck on my mind.

It was my first Orson Welles' movie. I really have to start his filmography.

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He didn't direct it

What will it be tonight, /film/?

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I know, I meant that it was my first experience with Welles and he has great presence. He was on the screen for 20 minutes, maybe? A bit less?

What a BORE, holy shit.
I really tried to care, guess you have to be deeply religious or armenian to care about this flick

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turned this off after 10 minutes

Hourglass Sanatorium
No, you don't. You're unironically retarded.

touch of evil is hilarious

>Every shot arranges the actors and objects like a silly painting
>Somehow this is deep
Joker cinematography.

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I liked it more than I expected. The first act was kind of rocky but it becomes a really atmospheric journey afterwards. Was surprised it got an Oscar nom because it’s really sparse compared to other token Asian picks like Parasite

Looking for a movie about a white man over the age of thirty who drops out of society largely due to feelings of depression and how he goes about living after that.

Any recommendations?

Throne of Blood was the first Kurosawa that didn’t really grab me. Felt stiff and bland compared to his other ones, was this because he was going for a more “theatre” feel? Even older films like Rashomon had really vibrant acting and great sets.

Any Paul Schrader film

Tell me what to watch

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delete all of those and download good rips
and better films

I'll download more later

Also what's wrong with the quality?

>was this because he was going for a more “theatre” feel?
That's probably why you felt that way. Throne of Blood took a lot of inspiration from Noh theater. On top of that, it felt more like a Japanese styled adaptation of Macbeth (outside of the beginning and ending) rather than a film with more of Kurosawa's personal touch behind it.