divinodali God is that you? Oh wait'..... That's just the sun. 20h

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divinodali '71

Powerful film. Powerful performance by Jack O'Connell
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divinodali IT FOLLOWS

First time. Let's see how it goes
#ItFollows
2d
  •   nicolasdavidmeise It's kind of fucking amazing. 2d
  •   divinodali It was quite good. The end was a little bit "meh", but I like how original it was and it make me feel like I was watching Halloween. The director has talent especially for visual style. @nicolasdavidmeise 2d

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divinodali I wish to see two of the greatest actors right now working together. Joaquin Phoenix and Daniel Day-Lewis in a film directed by Paul Thomas Anderson? Joaquin Phoenix has previously work with PTA in The Master and Inherent Vice and DDL in There Will Be Blood so I think is quite possible. What you guys think?
#JoaquinPhoenix #DanielDayLewis #PaulThomasAnderson
3d

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divinodali Southpaw (2015)
I never expected much from this film and I was right. The storyline was too cliché, trying to copy the classics like Rocky and Raging Bull with sentimentalism in extreme levels. On the other side the film is worth watching just for Jake Gyllenhaal fantastic performance. Oscar worthy to be honest. He emulate the Brando mumble with the intensity and rage of young Sean Penn. He makes you feel every moment that his character is suffering. Amazing actor.
#Southpaw #JakeGyllenhaal
4d

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divinodali Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
(2015)
Directed by: Alfonso Gomez-Rejon
Written by: Jesse Andrews
Starring: Thomas Mann, Olivia Cooke and Ronald Cyler II

Well... This film was pretty good. I was surprise giving the fact that it has more or less the same premise as The Fault In Our Stars, but this one is so much better. Superbly written and perfectly cast with a great amount of film references. Great to see Criterion films and a lot other stuff that I don't want to spoil for you guys.
#MeAndEarlAndTheDyingGirl
7d

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divinodali Watching now: THE BITTER TEARS OF PETRA VON KANT
(1972)
Directed by: Rainer Werner Fassbinder
Written by: Rainer Werner Fassbinder
#RainerWernerFassbinder #GermanCinema
1w
  •   omarsalaszamora Ooh. Let me know what you think! 1w
  •   divinodali Dude! It was pretty good! I love the amount of detail Fassbinder gives to design, it shows he's theater knowledge. The long takes are amazing with almost invisible cuts, only angle changes, but they're never too obvious. @omarsalaszamora 7d

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divinodali Currently reading: DRACULA
By Bram Stoker
Publication date: 26 May 1897

Famous for introducing the character of the vampire Count Dracula, the novel tells the story of Dracula's attempt to move from Transylvania to England so he may find new blood and spread the undead curse, and the battle between Dracula and a small group of men and women led by Professor Abraham Van Helsing.

#Dracula #BramStoker #GothicHorror #Transylvania
1w

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divinodali Damn! I'm not to much into science fiction, but this film is one of the best I've seen in recent years. Great directorial debut for Alex Garland. Well directed and smartly written. Superb performances by Domhnall Gleeson, Alicia Vikander and the always great Oscar Isaac.
#ExMachina #OscarIsaac #DomhnallGleeson
1w

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divinodali Watching Now: PICKPOCKET
Directed by: Robert Bresson

#Pickpocket #RobertBresson #FrenchCinema #FrenchNewWave
1w

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divinodali Currently reading: The Voyage of the Beagle (1839).
Written by: Charles Darwin

The book, also known as Darwin's Journal of Researches, is a vivid and exciting travel memoir as well as a detailed scientific field journal covering biology, geology, and anthropology that demonstrates Darwin's keen powers of observation, written at a time when Western Europeans were exploring and charting the whole world. Although Darwin revisited some areas during the expedition, for clarity the chapters of the book are ordered by reference to places and locations rather than by date. Darwin's notes made during the voyage include comments illustrating his changing views at a time when he was developing his theory of evolution by natural selection and includes some suggestions of his ideas, particularly in the second edition of 1845.

#CharlesDarwin #TheVoyageOfTheBeagle #GalapagosIslands
1w
  •   crtv.amigo Could you imagine Darwin's IG account while doing all his research. 1w
  •   crtv.amigo Nah but seriously, this is fantastic. I need to read more. Once I move I will have more time since I won't have most my other stuff with me. 1w
  •   divinodali Yea crazy hahaha. I'm trying to watch 1-3 films a day and 3 books a week plus working full time. It's hard. Btw where are you moving? @crtv.amigo 1w
  •   crtv.amigo All the way to the Midwest 1w

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divinodali Well.... this was pretty good, I don't know why I wait so many years. I don't care about Elysium or Chappie, Blomkamp still have a bright future. We'll have to wait for Alien 5 or whatever he's working on. #District9 #NeillBlomkamp 2w

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divinodali Ian Curtis epilepsy dance
#JoyDivision #IanCurtis #PostPunk #PunkRock
2w

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divinodali Watching now: DISTRICT 9
Directed by: Neill Blomkamp
(2009)
PS: This is my first time watching this film.
#District9 #NeillBlomkamp
2w

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divinodali Re-Watching now: THE SEVENTH SEAL
Director: Ingmar Bergman
1957
Writer: Ingmar Bergman
Starring: Gunnar Björnstrand, Bibi Andersson and Max Von Sydow

#IngmarBergman #TheSeventhSeal
2w

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divinodali Ingmar Begman
14 July 1918 - 30 July 2007
Happy Birthday to my favorite and one of the most accomplished and influential auteurs of all time. One of the greatest directors to ever live, to ever hold a camera or to ever peer inside the human soul. Ingmar Bergman dubbed as the Swedish miserablist for his dark and foreboding works most often chronicling the human condition in all sorts of maligned forms.

From doomed love affairs to internal demons tormenting the exterior of his characters, Bergman knew how to craft a morality play to reflect our inner emotions. At times in his career he could even prove versatile in creating light hearted and witty comedy, such that even inspired Woody Allen himself. He was a flawed man who took his own mistakes and misfortunes in life and inserted them into his films where his talent and keen eye knew no bounds.

Bergman will always live on through his work and the films he has left behind will continue to be a timeless definition of cinema for all generations to come.
Films like: -Persona (1966)
-The Seventh Seal (1957)
-Winter Light (1963)
-The Silence (1963)
-Wild Strawberries (1957)
-The Virgin Spring (1960)
-Autumn Sonata (1978)
-Cries and Whispers (1972)
-Fanny and Alexander (1982)
-Summer Interlude (1951)
-Summer with Monika (1953)
-Smiles of a Summer Night (1955)
-Scenes from a Marriage (1973)
-Shame (1968)
-The Passion of Anna (1969)

#IngmarBergman #SwedishCinema #Persona #TheSeventhSeal #WildStrawberries #CriesAndWhispers
2w
  •   rileyfurlong Masterful body of work. I can never get over the fact that the dude made The Seventh Seal AND Wild Strawberries in the same year. 2w
  •   divinodali Amazing right? Bergman is a genius. His personal life and his last years living by himself at his home on Fårö Island are really interesting. Watch Bergman Island, it comes with The Seventh Seal Criterion. @rileyfurlong 2w
  •   rileyfurlong I have that edition, along with Fanny & Alexander, Persona, and Wild Strawberries, and I've been meaning to watch all the docs that come with them for a while. So many amazing features. 2w

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divinodali The Wild One | (1953) | Directed by: László Benedek | Starring: Marlon Brando and Mary Murphy

It's all about Marlon Brando's fearless performance that makes this film and this character an influence on popular culture.

James Dean bought a Triumph TR5 Trophy motorcycle to mimic Brando's own Triumph Thunderbird 6T motorcycle that he used in the film.

#TheWildOne #MarlonBrando
3w
  •   omarsalaszamora I kind of hate this movie, haha. It has not aged well. 3w
  •   divinodali I know'! It has so many mistakes, but the worst is the first fight scene. I just like Brando's performance @omarsalaszamora 3w

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