I think for this semester in this class this was one of my favorite films. i like the journey Amelie goes in searching for the things that make people happy and i can really relate to her struggle to find … Continue reading Why does she keep making that face?
La Jetee is a French film by Chris Marker in 1962. This film is fairly short at 28 minutes long and is made through a series of photographs with narration over it. What makes this film pretty crazy at the … Continue reading La Jetee (1962) Reaction
La Jatée, directed by Chris Marker, was a thought evoking take on the cinematic form. As a pioneer of the ‘time travel’ narrative, its cinematography pushed the boundaries of the norm at the time it was distributed. The film itself … Continue reading La Jatée: Breaking Conventions
Amelie to me was a romantic comedy that was very fairytale-like and also very humorous in this absurd way. The setting is supposedly Paris but the brightly contrasting colors and quirky characters as well as music made the setting … Continue reading Amelie
Amelie, the French Romantic comedy directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet, intertwines a well thought out narrative with many popular aspects of mise-en-scene to create a beautifully crafted film. The visual design in this film, which add to its overall excellence, combine … Continue reading Amelie (2001)
The film tells a story of the end of the world with a completely static picture. The story assumes a major background, the third world war, the so-called nuclear war, which was taken in 1962 and the world was in a state of extreme cold war, so the rumors of the third world war often appeared in the media or in the mouths of some politicians, and the background was of great significance. Thirty minutes of mirroring tells of an extraordinary time and space transition that is associated with human memory, which is interesting and raw. The film is the most … Continue reading La jetée
La Jetee was a very interesting watch for me because I’ve never seen anything quite like it. At first I almost questioned if this could even be considered a movie because it wasn’t necessarily a motion picture but something closer … Continue reading La Jetee