neutral beauty

Mark 2022-04-21 09:02:24

I must admit that I didn't put in the first 30 minutes of the movie, only felt the shocking soundtrack. It was really catchy. To pave the way for the rhythm of the protagonist's life in Rome, I was hyping up this kind of nightlife in front of me. The party clip also emphasizes that the protagonist does have a fun nightlife all night. Later, he also mentioned that even if he was immersed in the beauty of the night, he could not find inspiration. At the age of 65, he felt the death and departure again and again, and he felt the heart behind the glitz. He has been facing with a neutral attitude towards what he possesses

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  • Freda 2022-03-29 09:01:03

    Although the filming is a bit too "oily", the expression on the video is still "good-looking", perhaps a tribute to eight and a half. Last year in Marionba, this year in Rome. The movement of the camera at the end glances over the city and reminds me of Eclipse, a love letter to Rome

  • Burley 2022-03-28 09:01:04

    Sorrentino's ambitious work not only borrows and imitates his predecessor Fellini, but can even be seen as an attempt to integrate Fellini's three masterpieces "La Dolce Vita", "Eight and a Half" and "Roma" of transcendence. Therefore, in the film, you can see the false and flashy Italian upper class, the self-distress and redemption as a writer, and the beautiful and splendid city of Rome. Under the excellent control of the director, they become mysterious and ambiguous

The Great Beauty quotes

  • Egidio: I'm not important. It's her I worry about. I love her. And I'm not a loser there, I'm a father. And like all fathers, I'm worried. What'll she do in a few years? She can't be a stripper at 50!

  • Egidio: Why don't you fix her up?

    Jep Gambardella: Me?

    Egidio: Don't you know any rich guys who want a beautiful wife? We could change her name, that's no problem. You'd do me a big favor.

    Jep Gambardella: I'm a writer, not a pimp.

    Egidio: Sorry, I was a bit vulgar.