Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Last Tango in Paris (1973) blu-ray *****


And Marlon Brando, already an established superstar, was looking to take his acting method to its logical conclusion: the use of his most toxic personal memories to define his character. There is nothing held in reserve; no dusty emotional corner – or physical orifice – too guarded to be probed. His conflicting displays of brutality and abject weakness create an unfathomably complex character; a character in the throes of disintegration from the inside.


Full review at Ioncinema.com



Last Tango in Paris (1973) blu-ray *****


And Marlon Brando, already an established superstar, was looking to take his acting method to its logical conclusion: the use of his most toxic personal memories to define his character. There is nothing held in reserve; no dusty emotional corner – or physical orifice – too guarded to be probed. His conflicting displays of brutality and abject weakness create an unfathomably complex character; a character in the throes of disintegration from the inside.


Full review at Ioncinema.com



30 Years of Babette's Feast

Babette’s Feast  won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film in 1987 and was the first Danish production to ever take the prestigio...