Director, don't say you don't know what detective fiction is

Jamir 2022-04-19 09:01:58

Since the appearance of the dead body, the whole film has been swept away for a thousand miles, and it is not helpful to eat a catty to vent it and stop it.

The reason is actually quite simple: the whole of Gosford Manor is a "...with the kind of description in a detective novel, a detective novel centered on the horror of the bedroom", Benjamin went on to quote someone else's analogy "Auntie is here There is only murder on the sofa." It is true that this time it was a despised pornographic old man who died, and even the policeman who handled the case was languidly absent-minded—however, what kind of thing is this called? ? What did you say? What does it mean?

I really have no experience at all.

Since you have used the frame structure of a detective novel (movie), you should at least respect some of the rules/rules in it, and don't put on a "I want to tell you a story with profound social meaning and philosophy of life", And then there's the "acting" of the various actors -- yes, director, you trust the actors you choose to be excellent, that's your business; yes, they're all excellent, and we can say 100% that the actors They're better than you; ten thousand times better than your film -- all these actors "perform" beyond the imagery that the whole picture can hold. To put it in one sentence: Do detective novels (movies) and do it well, don't make any crooked things and be complacent. The end result is extremely bad. It will also appeal to social, moral and human issues, but at least they didn't change it into a literary romance or a dog-blood shootout. You can lower your noble head and look at your uncle Dao and Auntie downstairs, why are they? popular? Just because the tension and excitement of the writing have no social meaning and depth? Of course, you can also go upstairs to study existentialism or something with the Gallic young man Modiano, and see how people turn "detective literature" into detective philosophy and still make people watch it.

Of course, you may be exposing and exposing the "bourgeois devil's nest in which gold and jade are ruined", but can you consider what form is? Can't you take even ten minutes out of your busy schedule to read a detective novel? i beg you

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  • Devante 2022-03-26 09:01:06

    Another masterpiece by Robert Altman. With a family gathering and the murder of the male master, it deeply exposes the hypocrisy, degeneration, relationship chaos, and the difference and estrangement between the master and servant classes in the upper class society. Almost everyone is intrigued, each has his own thoughts, and each has a ghost. A detective film is just a shell, and even a detective who is so stupid that he can't tell the direction and pretend to be. Due to the large number of characters and complex relationships between characters, and identity information, past history and mutual relationships are only given through realistic dialogues, it takes two or even more brushes to fully get every detail. Ultraman really doesn't give audiences any roadmaps or ladders for easy viewing. Most of the scenes feature motion shots, with servants present, the conversation is fairly fast-paced (although there isn't a lot of overlapping dialogue), and the group portraits are presented fluidly and deftly. The collective hunting scene is like a variation of Renoir's [rules of the game], and the hunting of birds and small animals are also real shooting and real hunting. In the cast list and the manor space, the upper and lower floors are used to distinguish the master and servant classes. PS: The stars of the United Kingdom are all gathered in this film. (8.5/10)

  • Joannie 2022-03-26 09:01:06

    My hometown must be an island country, the film is full of nostalgia

Gosford Park quotes

  • George (First Footman): You naughty, naughty girl.

  • George (First Footman): What's the matter with you?

    Albert: I just thought *I'd* be dressing Mr Novello.

    George (First Footman): And now you won't get to see him in his underdrawers. Better luck next time.