As the technologies of the future – Virtual Reality, New Media, etc. – threaten Cinema or add to the proclamation that it is dying, young visionaries like… Read more “Bi Gan’s Cinema of the Film History”
Originally written on December 13th, 2018, this was my term paper for Screenwriting Analysis class. It has analysis of a short spec script titled ALONE, which I then rewrote.
The film Catwoman and its registered screenplay are rather two different topics. I do not mean just the cosmetic changes like name and description of the characters, but their motivations, their roundness, references to mythology and even plot twists differ heavily.
As the world grows smaller and smaller, whether because of the technology or population, we often indulge into what can be called as ‘shared experiences’. There are many more ideologies now, than there were a century ago, or even few decades ago.
…I was lucky to be overwhelmed…by her enigmatic translucency…
My thoughts on Jeff Orlowski’s Netflix docu-hybrid can be read by clicking following link:https://www.losttheplot.in/post/pick-of-the-week-the-social-dilemma-apocalypse-right-now
…he’s the weakest in the chain…he’ll remain longer in the cage…
…who knows man is a social animal…
Melville eulogizes the life of Clowns with such a playful tenderness, that along with the laughter, it leaves a smile on our face for at least next… Read more “Jean-Pierre Melville’s 24 Hours in the Life of a Clown”
This review may contain spoilers. The only other Yang features I have watched are Taipei Story and A Brighter Summer Day. And the structure of Yi Yi comes… Read more “Yi Yi: a rich and perfect swan song”
Boy, for a guy named Lung, Hou Hsiao-Hsien sure smoked a lot of cigarettes in the film! This is my first Edward Yang film, which I mistook… Read more “Taipei Story: Tears through the wide eyes”