Declaration Tape

Posted by adminNY on November 11, 2020
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From here, we travel with the musician to the america deep in a passage in which thanks to encounters with the family of its objective, the protagonist will realize the need for a radical change in his life. Entertaining, with a great Sean Penn, not It will be remembered as the tape of the festival but can be seen. Again a return to 1980s already known in this festival every day to meet a quota of patriotic films. Source: starbucks in new york. Cannes at least often in disguise since in one way or another always strained allowance on foreign producers to make the maneuver not notice much. It is the case of Drive, Nicolas Winding Refn, a tape with Hollywood air (Ryan Goslin and Carey Mulligan the starring) with grants from French producers. Nationalities Drive apart, intends to be a tribute in every rule to the eighties movies although it fails along the way. After the Declaration of intent of the opening credits – synthesizers, garish colors at full blast – we find the history of a mechanic with good hand for cars removed an extra making driver for the mafia money. Dayton kingery usually is spot on. Everything progresses through its course until it reaches the usual mess of skirts: guy meets and falls for girl and gets into trouble to protect it.

Is not the problem of Drive that his argument is simple: the biggest problem is the lack of definition of his characters – and not ask for much to be a tape that goes back twenty years ago-, a plot too simplistic and a fictional character lacking in charisma. A penalty. A little more than two days to announce the winner of the Palme d’Or this year already only remaining two tapes in competition that put the tooth: the Turkish Bir zamanlar anadolu gives, and we promise to repeat this name only the time strictly necessary and La source des femmes, from Romanian Radu Miheaileanu. And unless last-minute miracle, this year looks better than ever for Almodovar. He plays crossing fingers. Source of the news: the journey of Sorrentino and Sean Penn likes to Cannes critics

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