Sorry, the film post comes a little bit late but here it is with a British release and one of the films selected in the Liz Taylor’s tribute by Filmoteca Española.
Release: We need to talk about Kevin (2011)
Imitating films like “Elephant” (by Gus Van Sant) or “Bowling for Columbine” (by Michael Moore), Scottish director Lynne Ramsay presents a film about a young assasin in a school ambient. The film is directed with pulse, modern images and a good sense of the tension but the project fails in something so important than characters, superficially drawn .
So, it is the British release of the week and has interesting aspects, like Tilda Swinton’s perfomance because it is very easy do a good work in a good film, but get it in this case, with a irregular film, it is admirable.
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