|2001: A Space Odyssey
|In the Mood for Love
|Wong Kar Wai
|All Lars von Trier‘s movies
|Lars von Trier
2001: A Space Odyssey
This film separates you from the time and the space you're living in and makes you travel to the unknown. For me it’s the very definition of the meditative movie. It saves me from insomnia and I’m addicted to it.
This film is the very purpose of filmmaking. Everything is so beautifully believable and at the same time so simple in the façade. At the end of it I was amazed and astonished by the impression it made on the viewers. Being believable without having to use all kind of cinematic tricks is something that only a great master can do.
Might seem too bold of a choice and too personal but this internationally forgotten, ignored movie had a huge effect on me. The story of the rebellion of a man against the status quo, planned and achieved in a very absurd way: drinking in 7 different bars all over town without paying. What a great idea for a movie
Has a special place in my heart. Brilliant abundant dialogue and great humour specific to Tarantino's world; making even fun of the cinematic forms is deeply liberating. The most comical movie I have seen.
Madness, obsession, framing, odd humour, surprising the viewers in each and every sequence, having no limitations, the singing of the characters, full of creativity.
In the Mood for Love
Extreme Great taste. Wong Kar-Wai is a very tasteful, thinking, emotional master of cinema at his best in this movie. Inspiring us to enjoy that much love for everything and that much beauty.
All Lars von Trier‘s movies
Madness, madness and more madness. A genius that shows us the complete meaning of madness better than anyone else.