film critic - Time Out Tel Aviv
|Francis Ford Coppola
|Once upon a Time in the West
|The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
A dazzling humanistic poem
Wind is the greatest cinematic metaphor
The great oxymoron - a wonderous film that comes out of the filmmaker's failure to complete his film
Pathos, mythology and venom (with a heart) combined in this one of a kind reflection on Hollywood through the looking glass
I couldn't decide between The Godfather and The Godfather 2, so I picked Apocalypse Now. Coppola is one of the greatest film artists and I could submit a top five list composed solely of his films
Once upon a Time in the West
The greatest fusion of music and cinematic storytelling
An elegiac ode to the meaning of life, memory and cinema, packed into a wholly original story
The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
A divine alchemy of cinematic artificiality and human truthfulness
A spellbinding, sensual, richly textured metaphoric film that reinvented the gothic tale.
One of the most beautiful and painful movies ever made about childhood. A dark diamond of a film that scorches the soul.