In the film ‘Medianeras’, Mariana has a children’s book named ‘Donde esta wally’. Wally is a boy wearing glass and red/white stripe long sleeve shirt, he is everywhere, at coffee shop, train station, beach, he is walking with his dog, carrying a bag, buying stuff… but he is hiding in the crowd, all you need to do is finding him.
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I am not a wolverine fan, I am not a X-men fan, I am not even a superhero fan. But you don’t need to any of this to fall in love with this film.
We are living in a time where superhero is a must at cinema, we have so many superheroes now that we reboot them every five years and we squeeze the profit out of it like we are making an apple juice. For a time, I thought maybe the reason why superheroes pop up in a loop is because there is an emptiness at our heart that there are no figures, real people in real life to fight for our belief, our future, to overcome our fear to disasters, to crime and to set the path to freedom and peace. We fancy superheroes because they are never going to die, they always won and gave us hope.
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“it WAS maybe the direction because under the lies there is always a part of truth.”
French director Francois Ozon’s ‘Frantz’ tells a story of a german girl Anna, whose fiance Frantz was killed during first world war. One day on her path to Frantz’s grave, she saw an unknown French young man Adrien was bringing flowers and weeping in front of his grave. This French man claimed he was a friend of Frantz, it turned out it was him who accidently killed Frantz during the war, he came here out of guilt and is looking for forgiveness.
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