2 or 3 Things I Know About Her

Kole 2022-07-05 14:38:27

The works of masters are always admired. Moreover, it is always after reading the comments written by others that I really understand it.
In the era of philosophers such as Foucault and Deleuze, the philosophicalization of films was always boring, obscure, and difficult to understand, but it was endlessly rewarding.
In addition to the philosophical background in the 1960s, the changes in the urban structure of Paris have changed the relationship between people. How to keep the middle class in the city has become a problem faced by many cities, just like NYC.
There is no postcard Paris in the movie, but it seems to be a new type of city under construction.
The emptiness and pressure of the once elegant Parisian woman have become completely lost as the place of life is far away from the hinterland of Paris. And this woman's life experience and background are complicated.
In the film, a large number of symbols and intentions are extremely rich in meaning. A large number of advertisements seem to imply a certain state of life. Landscape becomes a field where subjective and objective shots alternate.
What always puzzles me is: the scene in the film is overdone, or when the story is segmented, what is the point of repeating the opening scene once, that one more method seems to have a sense of perspective space.

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