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I finally got it!!! YAYYYSSS and @Cla_entropy I think you'll like this pic!
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@zwdmon1 for sure. I'd rather to know some great directors of today and ask them if they really love oldie movies. 'Cuz i know that answer would be : 'yes!'. Indeed, less modern the movies are,more creative and more interesting they are.
@cla_entropy there are very few good artists and I know that the good artists of today are being underestimated, and we'll probably admire them in like 30 years or something..
@zwdmon1 ^^ really i have great ones to say to you. I'm a huge fan of this oldies. They're the veins of the cinema.. :D Is good to know that i'm not alone!
@cla_entropy I loved it because it was like a dark science fiction stuff, which i love. Reminds me a lot of the worlds of Metropolis, Blade Runner and The Matrix.
@cla_entropy it's really weird how things written so long ago are becoming true now.
@cla_entropy I haven't I'm gonna HAVE to find these ones...
@zwdmon1 Alphaville? humm i think so, but i'm not sure. I'll search for it and watch (again if is the case) Goddard is a bit stranger to me.. i think i'm more Bergman.. i dunno why.
@zwdmon1 if i'm not wrong, Burgess said the same thing in a kind of write biography and was about explainin' why Alex was that way. He was what his world make him to be..
@zwdmon1 BTW, did you watched The lodger (1929) of Hitchcock? Is the most closer movie of him in german expressionism. My fav movie of Mr. H.!
@cla_entropy :D did you see the french one called Alphaville? I really like Goddard.
@zwdmon1 yes, is a great one!! My fav director is Bergman. That time was really about great movies. German really was gods in that time.
@cla_entropy yup and that's what's going on right now... parents are fucked up and ppl blame the children for all the mistakes their parents make.
@cla_entropy I'm gonna look for it :) Did you see Persona by Bergman? I frakking loved that one.
@zwdmon1 nop.. but i'll search about Kiekegaard. ^^ Thanks for tell me. Really, i agree, with a family like Alex have.. dangerous is less of he could be...
Totally are. And this movie is in the german expressionism, my fav time of german movies time. In german expressionism, Hitchcock learned how to work.. The movie Fausto is of 1926, directed by F.W. Murnau.
@Cla_entropy well, with the parents Alex had, I quite don't blame him.
@cla_entropy yup Engels was awesome too! Have you read Kiekegaard? He's pretty awesome, I want to get some of his stuff, I haven't read one full book of his.
I didn't know there was a Faustus movie, I wanna see it!!! Germans fucking rock in film! They are probably the best, next to Polish, French and Italian.
Worth the search. Really is a special thing. After read it, i really start to understand Alex.. and his motives.
But i really love the not official biography of Marx, made by Engels. Is good to understand him. @zwdmon1
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