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Repudiation of violence in cinema

Cinema allows us to see reality in a different way than our eyes do. Some movies make us cry, others make us laugh. Others take us by surprise and scare us, they make us tremble. Some fill us with emotion… Continue Reading

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Decoding ‘Three Colours: Red’

Krzysztof Kieślowski’s last directorial venture- the final installation in the Three Colors trilogy, is as dense a film as it is beautiful. Was it a parting gift for the audience that Kieślowski cared the most about? Or is it entirely… Continue Reading

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Looking Back Would You Rather

There have been a lot of horror movies based on games. We have Ready or Not, which is based off of hide and seek, Truth or Dare (it has been made into a movie more than once!), and of course,… Continue Reading

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A peek into the Rooms in Amélie

There are two very important people who are often overlooked whenever we talk about Amélie (2001). Yes, Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet shot to international fame after weaving this warm-hearted visual treat, and Audrey Tatou became one of the most familiar French… Continue Reading

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Dissonance of psychedelia in Fallen Angels

Wong Kar-wai’s Fallen Angels (1995) spotlights nocturnal rovers, who cross paths in the metropolis, while attending to delinquent business or hunting for some outlet to make their nights a little less lonely. Their senses seem subliminal, floating on the brink… Continue Reading

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