In “Rosemary’s Baby” Roman Polański creates reality that seems to be situated between different orders – it’s as much realistic as oneiric; as improbable as psychologically deep. What’s important, his narration is rather brilliant than chaotic. He keeps his...
Death lives inside of our bodies. It’s getting bigger when life is dramatically shrinking. It slowly becomes more and more visible, and one day – you can see it in the mirror. You must accept a role of its...
Molly Bloom is one of the most famous characters from James Joyce’s “Ulysses”. Her monologues, which represent female voice in a patriarchal narration, seem to be a tool of deconstruction – the woman’s speech makes the male perspective explode....
Ontology of the ballet body seems to be based on a schizophrenic antinomy: its presence on the one hand is extremely intense, on the other – it’s being stubbornly suppressed or tamed, and disciplined according to the oppressive model....
‘Magic in the Moonlight’ is like a cake or – to be more specific – cupcake. And it tastes like one. Woody Allen’s movie is pretty, sweet and custard. If you expect something more than never-ending sweetness, you may...
“Prisoners”, directed by Denis Villeneuve, is an intricately constructed story, in which a plot is built like a labyrinth. Its dramaturgy seems to be almost errorless, but – unfortunately – the director overdoes with dead ends. The small town...
Pablo Escobar (Javier Bardem) was the most powerful drug baron of the twentieth century, who has built his Columbian empire for the money from smuggling cocaine to the US and many other countries in the world. The director of...
Anna (Felicity Jones) is a British girl in love with Jacob (Anton Yelchin), whom she meets while studying in America. A fast-growing feeling will make the girl exceed her stay on the student visa to spend with her beloved...
In San Francisco in the 1950s, Margaret (Amy Adams) was a woman trying to make it on her own after leaving her husband with only her daughter and her amazing, frapping paintings of children with big eyes. She was...
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