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“Andrei Rublev” – Russian Renaissance in Soviet cinematography

Like the structures of the old Russian chronicles, such as the ” Tale of Bygone Years”, it is arranged on a moving film strip of crucifixions and stories of Russian life between its great folklore tradition and strong Christian faith, through stormy historical circumstances in the time that the action of the film includes. Andrei …

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STORY OF “BLUE VELVET”, – “ I close my eyes, then I drift away into the magic night, I softly say a silent prayer like dreamers do…”

    It is a motion picture about a college kid who, while visiting the home to see his ill father, discovers a human ear in a field and that shocks and inspires him to uncover a criminal conspiracy that was going on and fall in love throughout his investigation. That sends him on the …

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STOLEN DANCE FROM LONELY TWENTIES IN “FRANCES HA” BY NOAH BAUMBACH

A youthful 27-year-old woman moves to New York hoping to pursue her dream as a professional dancer without money, love and closure. She is lost in transition. A drama film with comedic and tragic elements, Frances Ha, from 2012, by director Noah Baumbach, is one of those coming-of-age motion pictures that leave unsettling dust after. …

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Country roads, but far from home: “Leningrad Cowboys Go America” by Aki Kaurismaki

The theme of the road trip, the motif of the journey of self-discovery and character development followed by the mission travel experience through the United States is by now a well-known cinematographic path. Camera shots of American highways and byways, gas stations and deserted lands are beautifully portrayed in movies such as “Paris, Texas” by …

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PLAYING HIDE AND SEEK WITH DEATH IN THE RURAL SPACE OF AN OLD MOVIE: “WARD” BY ĐORĐE KADIJEVIĆ

Movie director, Đorđe Kadijević, is an artist from Yugoslavia, whose film “The Feast” from 1967 is considered one of the best Serbian films of all time. He is also recognized as a starter of the horror film era in Serbia since he is known worldwide for his cult film “Leptirica” from 1973. “Leptirica” is thought …

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