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Tribeca: an amazing experience

Doors open yesterday for the 17th edition of Tribeca Film Festival (Triangle Below Canal street), the famous review conceived by Robert De Niro. Scheduled from 18 to 29th of April, this year’s edition will screen 96 films in competition. In particular, we would report about “Stockholm” featuring Ethan Hawke, presented in the section “Spotlight...

A Ghost Story: a life story

Even from the “aspect ratio” which David Lowery chose, you can realize that A ghost story is an independent film, destined to re-draw a certain imaginaerum. 1:33:1 (almost a square) – which is the reducted perception that Casey Affleck, the ghost under the sheets, has of the world, by watching through two black...

Big Sky

Big Sky: an amazing experience

Our experience at Big Sky. Last February, we took part to the 14th edition of Big Sky. After an endless travel, here we finally come to the gorgeous state of Montana. The snowy mountains, cozy places and uncontamined woods framed a breath-taking sight. Once landed, a driver was waiting for us and in...

stranger things

Stranger Things: in a world of quotes

Waiting for the third season, let’s talk a bit about it. Written and directed by Matt and Ross Duffer, Stranger Things is meant to be a top series for the eighties’ nostalgic audience. In the cast we see Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo and Caleb McLaughlin. Since...

Blade Runner

Blade Runner 2049: no more future

Where’s the future? As a preamble, Blade Runner 2049 states a simple truth: we don’t imagine future anymore. We no longer know the way to see it in mind, or guess it. In this new Blade Runner – much darker and distressing than the first one – we can see the inner feature...

Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks: 20 years after

Twin Peaks is metacinema. Or maybe it is not, but something certainly leads us to believe it is, even just a little. After all, David Lynch’s cinematography has always danced on plural levels. As in the elevator in Four Rooms, the viewer goes up and down from one genre, one story, one lock...

Before the flood: the time has come

“I’ve seen upsetting things, that made me understand we no longer live in the pristine Eden’s garden”. We are currently living in the second panel of the painting, which Bosch defined “Humanity before the Flood”. By these words, the Oscar winning actor Leonardo Di Caprio projects us into his own personal travel. Like the...