People will always judge, and they will never mind their own business. The masses will always have a need to react sanctimoniously. The key is being confident enough in oneself to not give a shit. -tM
Athens-based filmmaker Thanasis Tsimpinis’s poetic portrait of two lovers—entwined with a story about a deer.
Vera Chytilova, an Avant Garde director, has some incredible cinematic moments in her films. This could be a painting. -tM
The essential moves of a poolside seduction. -tM
Even in a wasteland, LOVE rises and finds its way to the top. -tM
It is magical and beautiful to think that there are angels that walk amongst us, who hear our thoughts, listen to our struggles, and in turn are there to help us through this journey.
Simply put, it is a film about humanity that is both memorable and poignant. -tM
If you haven't yet been lead down the Before Sunrise, Sunset, and Midnight trilogy path, you have been missing out.
The film reunites these two characters at 9 year intervals in real time. It is a film about life, its relationships, the triumph of love, and also its failures.
The director Richard Linklater keeps it simple, from Vienna, to Paris, and onward to Greece, the characters walk and talk. The dialogue is intelligent, honest and connects the two characters not only on a cerebral level but also on an emotional, physical, and spiritual one. Ultimately it's a story about connection between two people and the years that follow: "When you are young, you believe there will be many people you connect with. Later in life you realize it only happens a few times." - Celine
It involves itself in the narrative of love over time, what could be, what should be, and what is. -tM
Photography: Before Sunrise, Before Sunset, Before Midnight