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One advantage of our connected world is that it is easy to get information. Anyone with a smartphone wants to know how to turn off the lightning, make 12 different types of quiche, avoid cars going on the road. select a phone you can search for information in seconds. But there are other disadvantages: personal information about us easy to find and use, it may be difficult to avoid access to the real wave of sexual information that, when gathered, makes the world look bad from it.
But there’s one small but very negative thing in many respects: it can be hard to go to an entertainment without really knowing about it beforehand, the experience is exhausting. The “cultural fantasy”, where audiences are attached to each new type of document related to film, television, or book, is the result of a marketing strategy that people are pushing for. listen. an offer that will go up for the new marching months. But marketing is the enemy of the real -life experience: filmmakers are designed to make films better, and therefore more likely to produce film moments.
The marketing campaign seeks to satisfy the needs of the audience with the audience, “leaking” theatrical tapes for the drama to be played, preliminary interviews, etc. that will make the audience feel like what has been – and has been many times. mocked and shot – a new feature just before it reaches the screens or stores. All of this is the culmination of such an exciting cinematic experience Freaks, Zach Lipovsky and Adam B. Stein are a new-twist type of film, which is the secret secret for the movie box. 10 Cloverfield Carril.
Freaks It opens with a simple deceptive look that isn’t exactly the same, and continues to produce some surprises that seem designed so that viewers don’t have to predict each part of the game for what they see and mean. The Writers are not trying to deceive the audience or to play along with them-in the end all the secrets are fully revealed, in a series of works that are going strong, happy too – but Lipovsky and Stein also have a lot of miles to talk about. since it doesn’t show up right away. Most of the proponents of this story are missing the real information and need to be seen by the audience as well.
(Note: the preview trailer below does not reveal any details of the film’s details. People interested in the experience PORT OF ONEHUNGA non-spoilers should just be paranoid about the perfect trailer.)
What is gender?
Science Fiction? Dream? Stephen King — how the 1980s were scary? This is one of all the above. Once that is read, we will be very familiar with the types of sponsors. It’s a much bigger journey than the new discovery of today’s territories.
What is it about?
When the film was screened at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2018, the theme was “In this mind-blowing sci-fi genre, a strong girl has seen a world new, scary, and the mysterious world beyond. From his back door he ran away from the safety of his father with discomfort. “That’s right, but it doesn’t really get into the top movie, what’s the point reason why the experience was different from the previous framework opening.
When the film begins, 7-year-old Chloe (Lexy Kolker) is living with her father Henry (Emile Hirsch) in a dilapidated house with heavily walled windows and a long chain of locks at the doors. Henry is reluctant to keep Chloe inside – as if he’s not standing outside the door – and making up some false statements about her identity. They had a love affair, the beauty of a relationship, and he really thought about the idea of making games fun and engaging. But she’s also bragging about those who are going to kill them, which people will get to Chloe if she pokes her nose in front of the threshold. “It’s not you just , Although! You will To die if you get out! ”She yelled at him at one point. Henry seems to be a sweet and gentle father in general, a kind of cloak who likes to play with his daughter’s hobbies. But he was also mistaken, and unsettled, in situations where the deceased was near.
The footage of the news tapes depicting a violent and violent world conflicting with what Chloe sees when the rules are violated can be seen on the outside. Meanwhile, a snowman (Bruce Dern) walks around the house, driving a brightly painted truck that flutters to the music. When Henry isn’t looking, the Snow Cone Man hands the small objects to Chloe and tries to seduce her.
Which is the first installation that says something in between Bed Bed, the family drama in which a child (Jacob Tremblay) grows up from birth in a prison where the suicide bomber holds his mother prisoner, and Again, Yorgos Lanthimos ’crazy drama about a couple who teach their older children all sorts of different and disturbing things, as they part from the world.
But Dern’s image as a highly acclaimed ice cream vendor, sucking the crack of Chloe’s house lip, claims to look like Stephen King, a dairy killer from around the world. Unemployed workers the stories “Tomorrow” Deliveries and “Big Wheels. “Henry’s anger and bad temper to keep Chloe in also reminds me of the blue-eyed stories, the thought of the door being barred in the mansion, and the ever-generous man, a murderer who protects himself.The first scene is really scary because it really mixes familiar scenes with real cities, and the father -daughter relationship with something from the story.
What then Tino about?
In some cases, it’s the kind of crime and accident that can hurt a person – in this case, everyone is involved. Chloe loves Henry, but the years of rules apply to her but not to other people who provoke her with violence, and just before the first act was completed, she is very worried about her father and his bonds. Henry has his own secrets that explain his behavior, if at all. Even that lost ice cream vendor will just go.
Officials said we wanted to use the current paranoia about immigrants, Muslims, people of color, and other foreigners who died, with the goal of scaring the general public. That parable is very thin, though, and it is not very politically powerful, or even to this day. In a Q&A session after the first screening of the TIFF film, Lipovsky and Stein said they had written before the Trump Election, and were still concerned at the time that their articles and style were not meaningful. old when their political agenda ended.
Other than that, it’s an upcoming film for the year. Chloe chooses to start moving, there are many things to grow right now. Some of the ways he expresses his violence are very dangerous, and some are very frightening, first on a normal level, and then moving on to normal drama. To make matters worse, Lipovsky and Stein don’t kill the forest for childcare, seeing others as deterrents and problems, and possibly a hard idea of the norms.
Is it okay?
Freaks It will be very different and somewhat lazy from the experience the second time rather than the first sight. It’s the same duplication and visitation at times, and some of the story options are better at portraying the emotional drama in the sequel. Some viewers will inevitably get angry with the actors, who didn’t make their decisions very well.
But part of the decisions – the most unexpected ones Fanatics in the end he went to – those were part of his career Freaks bold and beautiful. While some of their territories are familiar, they only come across in very specific, interconnected ways – their motives are clear, and the details that led to the story of the stage attack – and without really visiting love. This is, in some sense, a story of those who commit horrific crimes under the most horrible conditions. Some of them will try to fix the course before the end of the course. Other double standards challenge. Both episodes end up being pretty good.
Where is the Fanatics What really stands out is its structure, which allows for a continuous flow of shows, even into the final moments. Despite the clarity of the ordinary space – sometimes by surprise as the audience shows up in front of the actors, and sometimes by dramatic performance – there is still much about the world that remains to be learned. And the writers ’ways of changing the genres around Chloe, in particular, increase the tension because viewers can’t be trusted to dramatize the story safely. , a wisdom or a vision. In a world full of stories, it’s really fun to know a little bit about where a story is going or how you want to get there.
What is the value?
There was a lot of violence and even emotional pain, but it wasn’t beautiful. PG-13 has been completed.
How do I really see it?
A year after its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival, where Too Go to the USA toured for the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and Latin America, the fans are hitting Freaks in theaters on September 13. of 2019.