Camilla Baylor's hairstyle

Kitty 2022-09-04 06:20:20

"Sad Milk", the winner of the Golden Bear, the top prize at the 59th Berlin Film Festival, co-produced by Spain and Peru, tells the story of a young girl after the totalitarian rule of Peruvian President Fujimori, directed by the 32-year-old female director Claudie Ya Llosa wrote and directed it. In the history of the Berlin Film Festival, the film was the first Peruvian film to compete for the Golden Bear Award. All of this is somewhat of a miracle in the history of modern films. I don’t know the judges in Berlin. Did we give the film a little emotional score this time around for political reasons? . .
The rhythm of the film is relatively slow. Most of the episodes have no background introduction, and the plot is not coherent. The dialogues are mostly lines that seem to have little to do with the theme. There are occasional scenes that do not have any meaning in the middle of the film, such as Weddings, walks, gardeners, swimming pools, etc. Look at it this way, this is another so-called award-winning art film shot to win awards, but if you watch it, collect more background information and watch it carefully , you will find that this film is a work with profound political meaning, but it is the political background that it intends to show. Usually we rarely even hear about propaganda, let alone feel it. In addition, South American countries and The huge difference in our country's understanding of the basic concept of freedom will make this film even more difficult to swallow. In this regard, we can't compare with the judges in Berlin, and it is impossible to score high. . .
Peruvian girls are black with black dots, but they are better than the fact that the face has clear water chestnuts and looks like a kind person. The heroine always has the same hairstyle as Camilla Belle. If you dress well, it may not be too bad. Go there. . .

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