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Funnier Games? On 'Shot-For-Shot' remakes in film

Note: This article has spoilers for Funny Games (1997) and Funny Games (2007). I also discuss Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho (1960) and Gus Van Sant’s Psycho… 1.386 mais palavras

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Film Review: 'Funny Games' (Dir. Michael Haneke, 1997)

Not the pleasant kind.

Director: Michael Haneke

Screenwriter: Michael Haneke

Genre: Psychological Thriller

Starring: Susanne Lothar (Anna), Ulrich Mühe (Georg), Stefan Clapczynski (Georg Jr.), Arno Frisch (Paul) & Frank Giering (Peter) 1.515 mais palavras

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THIS IS VIOLENCE NOW!

A violência é algo terrível, claro, mas, parafraseando Michael Haneke, um bom filme tem que fazer o espectador querer olhar pra outro lugar, eu ainda iria mais longe, dizendo que apesar disso o filme tem que despertar a veia sádica do espectador, fazendo-o ter vontade de fechar os olhos, mas ao mesmo tempo fazendo com que ele não queira perder um segundo daquilo. 665 mais palavras

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My 10 Favorite Directors Working Today : 10-8

For years, when some asked me who my favorite director working today was I had an answer; Hayao Miyazaki. From probably 2005 on, after I finally dove into the director’s full filmography, Miyazaki was the end all, be all. 1.194 mais palavras

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Amour

Georges and Anne (Jean-Louis Trintignant and Emmanuelle Riva) are a couple of retired music teachers in their 80s, who live alone together in their apartment. Their peaceful existence is shattered when Anne suffers a stroke, and her condition only worsens, but Georges promises to never send her back to the hospital, and instead attempts to care for her himself in their home. 921 mais palavras

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On "Ugly" Cinema

Michael Haneke once said that the perfect movie moment is one that makes you want to look away. His movies are full of moments like these; scenes of violence, perversion or unpleasantness that turn the stomach, while never feeling indulgent or masturbatory like, say, … 563 mais palavras

JAUJA (pronounced: HAHA, apparently) Review

I know it’s probably a lucrative marketing technique that’s lost on me, but not being able to pronounce the name of a film is something I find deeply irritating. 638 mais palavras

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