Ah, I was thinking about the city, and not the filmmaker, it is actually a sad thing, but we'll still have his work.
As a person who almost never have money, my first Criterion had to be extra special, so I bought Les Demoiselles De Rochefort, which is my favorite film of all times, a musical delight, full of color, dance and hope, it never fails to make me smile and forget about how stressing is the real life, a total fantasy, a total dream.
UPDATE: NO, PARASITE IS THE BEST THING I'VE SEEN IN THE ENTIRE YEAR
YES YES I WATCHED THAT ON MY BIRTHDAY, FIRST R FILM WO MY PARENTS AND EVERYTHING WAS AMAZING !!!
I really enjoyed it a lot!! It made me feel a lot of stuff
It doesn't quite match "Hereditary", but "Midsommar" really was superb, a breath of fresh air in an incredibly stale market. After Lynch and the Coens (who've been winding down for a decade), Aster is the only active American filmmaker who demonstrates ingenuity and enjoys access to nationwide distribution.
"Cold War" is likely to justify its hype; Pawlikowski has a keen eye and an able cast at his disposal. I've procrastinated its screening because its themes are so shopworn, and I'm just exhausted with WWII and the postwar era.
She honestly seems to hate me a lot. :S
Sell it. That aspect ratio really isn't configurable?
Well, somehow I feel like that wouldn't be nice to my sister, so maybe the camera will stay around for a while, at least while I look for another DSLR or get fresh batteries for my ol' Sony. Regarding the ratio, you can configure the ratio but at a huge loss of quality, in all honesty, I've always liked 4:3, but that's me.
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