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Holy Motors (2012), by Leos Carax

The leitmotif of the work of Leos Carax, the French filmmaker, is the relentless quest for depictions of tortured figures, fully exposing the human behaviour. It’s a strenuous exercise, which he embraces with the unique creativity of his creations. Carax explores this universe in a poetic manner, through narratives that...

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Loveless (2017), by Andrey Zvyagintsev

Directed by the Russian filmmaker Andrey Zvyagintsev, Loveless portrays the disruptive relationship between a middle-class couple, Boris (Alexey Rozin) and Zhenya (Maryana Spivak), who have in divorce the only way out. They still have a common link, their son, Alyosha (Matvey Novikov). Named for the Academy’s Best Foreign Film in 2018, Zvyagintsev had already made a name for himself in...

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The Art’s mosaic

Contemporaneity is a timeless, Warburgian mosaic. People, thoughts, ideas, movements, expressions and manifests coexist in a cellular composition, which may have a shape or not, which may have logic or not. There is no linearity. There is no time. Or, rather, it is everything at...

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Once Upon a Time in America. Directed by Sergio Leone (1984)

Sergio Leone’s cinematographic, the Italian director, producer and screenwriter, is associated with a particular film genre, the Western Spaghetti. Throughout his career, he gave us masterpieces that withstood the test of time. It is impossible to forget the trilogy A Fistful of Dollars (1964); For a Few Dollars More (1965); The Good, the Bad and...

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