>decide to watch a classic European movie
>decide to watch a Bertolucci movie
>literally a scene where we get to see a little boys dick
>literally a scene where we see to adults cocks at he same time
>literally a scene where some guy massages his horses anus to make him shit then throws the faeces at a bourgeois scum
>the ending of the movie is literally the triumph of the communist peasants...
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So, /tv/, what's your opinion on this movie?
In filmmaking, is it more deliberate manipulation of the set/lighting to create the desired perfect shot or is it just a visionary's spontaneous composition?
To clarify, for example, do directors KNOW beforehand that they what to manipulate a shadow a certain way to express a certain theme, or do they simply stumble onto it and go with it?
Some directors storyboard the whole thing like Ridley Scott
Other directors build the scene based on an inkling of what the image is supposed to be, tweaking it until they get the set and lighting right, then shooting it. Like prime Francis Ford Coppola.
The former, obviously, not the latter!
(Little happy mistakes are always welcome, though.)
Why did he do it
>6 years ago
And still there's no show that made it as big.
>"GO BACK TO FUCKHEADISTAN"
What did he mean by this?
>black actor cast as a white character
>white actor cast as an asian character
Was Indy 4 really that bad?
I only saw it once in theaters. At the time i didn't think it was the "rape" of the franchise.
D R O P P E D
Prove me wrong /tv/
>Batman fucking Wonder Woman
Could have they fucked it any worse? She belongs to Superman.
Won't be seeing this shitty movie.
How was this movie and how does it compare to Air Force One?
I'm bored and need a movie to watch. I've seen other films by Terrence Malick so I kind of know his style. Is this a good film?
>Absolute Kinography: Barry Lyndon
>Cinema: Eyes Wide Shut.
>Film: Paths of Glory, 2001.
>Movie: The Killing, The Shining, Full Metal Jacket's 2nd half.
>Flick: Spartacus, Killer's Kiss, Lolita.
>Reddit: Clockwork Orange, Full Metal Jacket's 1st half.
>Below shit: Fear and Desire.
kino: barry lyndon
film: eyes wide shut, dr. strangelove, paths of glory
movie: the killing, the shining, full metal jacket, killers kiss
reddit: a clockwork orange
viper kill urself my man: lolita, fear and desire
Clockwork and FMJ's first half is Cinema
2001 is reddit
I agree on the rest.
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