Total Eclipse negative comment

2022-03-16 08:01
"Total Eclipse" is based on Paul Verlaine's perspective to interpret his love affair with Jean Nicolas Arthur Rimbaud. Therefore, Jean Nicolas Arthur Rimbaud in the film is also subjective because of Paul Verlaine's eyes, including a slightly vague Feeling jealous. However, since the return of Jean Nicolas Arthur Rimbaud's foot tumor, the film has been transformed into a male version of Lolita, and the beauty is straight   . ()
There are a lot of same-sex and opposite-sex sex scenes in the film, which to some extent help reveal the characters' characters and destiny, but there is no doubt that the presentation of these sex scenes is more to cater to the public In order to earn as much box office revenue as possible. However, such exposed camera language is bound to leave a vulgar impression in the minds of some audiences, thereby weakening the artistic appeal of the film, and even giving the public a bad impression of Jean Nicolas Arthur Rimbaud and his poetry   .
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  • Ubaldo 2022-03-24 09:03:50

    Although it is a biography of the poet Rimbaud's life, I feel that the film focuses more on his homosexual relationship with Verlaine, which has been unreasonable and chaotic, and has less ink on the symbolic poems he created. If nothing else, I am personally incapable of accepting the capricious behavior of Verlaine's original wife of domestic violence. Only Leonardo, who was 21 years old at the time, was full of dazzling spirit and dazzling spirit, and his handsome and beautiful face was indeed a compliment that eroded the soul. He is the light of the sea and the sun that never fades away.

  • Assunta 2022-03-25 09:01:23

    In a trance, the astonishing young man seemed to appear in front of him again, asking if he loved him. He slashed the poet's palm with the knife, but this time, instead of sticking it in, he planted a deep kiss on his hand.

Total Eclipse quotes

  • Arthur Rimbaud: Do you love me?

    Paul Verlaine: What?

    Arthur Rimbaud: Do you love me?

    Paul Verlaine: Yes...

    Arthur Rimbaud: Then put your hand on the table.

    Paul Verlaine: What?

    Arthur Rimbaud: Put your hand on the table.

  • Arthur Rimbaud: Let the 98 wounds of our savior burst and bleed.

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