Durante a Expo-Bruxas, a maior feira de bruxos do mundo, Pippo (Pedro Henriques Motta), Bento (Anderson Lima) e Sol (Leticia Braga) viajam até a Itália para investigar o sumiço da feiticeira Berenice (Nicole Orsini), que foi sequestrada pelos bruxos Máximo e Mínima Buongusto. Com o trabalho em equipe e a ajuda da avó de Pipo, eles conseguirão desvendar esse mistério.
20 de Dezembro nos cinemas
pré-estreias: a partir de 13 de Dezembro
The Alex at #AClockworkOrange 's end is both totally the same as and totally different from the dude we meet in the milk bar.⠀
While Alex is unconscious after attempting suicide, doctors do something to his brain to reverse the Ludovico technique. This is alluded to by Alex's dream, "like all these doctors were playing around with me gulliver. You know...like the inside of me brain." And the psychiatrist's face when Alex tells her this suggests that this wasn't a dream at all.⠀
The Minister soon enters and says, in many, many words, that Alex will now be a pawn of the government. The government will give him a job and a salary. Why? Because according to the Minister, Alex "can be instrumental in changing the public's verdict." Alex is fine with this.⠀
At this point you might be wondering, "Who is this person, and what did he do with Alex, a boy who seemed eager to destroy the world and everything in it?" Well, the last line of the film is Alex saying, in a voiceover, "I was cured, all right" as he imagines himself having sex with a young woman in a crowd of people.⠀
So is Alex back to the way he was before, or has he found a medium between violent criminal and brainwashed Ludovico victim? The film leaves that for us to decide, but we think he's somewhere in the middle.⠀
Request by @frnkln.zchry 🎥⠀
It was honestly weird to read an interview about myself, but it was such a great experience with @voyagephoenixmag and their fantastic team. If you want to check out the article it’ll be in the link in my bio!
The Exorcist (1973) ha indubbiamente scosso – e tuttora scuote – i fondamenti epistemologici dell’Occidente moderno, costituendo un contraltare cupo e scomodo ai nuovi scientismi e nichilismi razionalistici; oltre a questo, però, è anche un capolavoro di sound design. Proprio questo elemento, passato troppo spesso in sordina, consente di penetrare a fondo nelle implicazioni filosofiche dell'opera; come si arguisce da questa splendida analisi, la lotta soggiacente alla vicenda non è infatti di natura etica, bensì ontologica, tra significato/essere ed assenza: “If a good angel is the linguistic statement connecting a speaker with his interlocutor, a devil is the memorial of a perennial exclusion from meaning […] demons communicate in a ‘non-idiom’, a kind of garbled message with no higher purpose. […] critics tend to ignore the rather lengthy prologue […] because it detracts from the preferred reading of the film as a reflection of the social anxieties of the time […] concerning the American family, which was perceived to be under attack from the women’s liberation movement, the decline of religious belief, high levels of divorce and the generational conflict marked by the Vietnam War. […] sound in the film does not merely accompany the presence of Pazuzu but rather invites us to understand the demon as noise, as an attribute of distortion or obstruction. […] [P., ndr] carries noise and is the source of noise, that is both medium and what is mediated. […] the demonic in The Exorcist as a disturbance to ontological certainty […] troubles a clear distinction between a being and thing, the singularity or multiplicity of the subject, an uncertainty that will play out across Regan’s besieged body […] P. is a noisy interlocutor with no message of its own because its ‘presence’ is expressed as a multiplicity rather than any singular entity or will. Regan/P.’s vocalisations are continually presented in such a way as to emphasize this assemblage of identities or ontologies”
(Brown, Michael, "The demon Pazuzu as noise in The Exorcist" in Revenant, No.3, March 2018) [Ph: Regan MacNeil (Linda Blair) posseduta da Pazuzu.
Da: The Exorcist (1973). Dir. William Friedkin].
“Bridge Of Spies”
Director: Steven Spielberg
DP: Janusz Kamiński *As an aspiring Director of Photography I can say “Bridge of Spies” is very influential in my lighting style. Janusz Kamiński is one of my favorite DP’s and as a bonus he is a Columbia College Chicago graduate!!!