[photos: my screen shots from Caligula (1979)]
I had a little change of taste lately. Because of my exceeding fascination on film criticism than on other aspects of my life like having a diet or engaging to activities like relationships and toning-up my body (honestly speaking haha!), i am actually learning really fast.
I have been researching for this movement because of its unique approach to film. That, i will have to discuss in another post.
I have been focusing my research on my criticism for Pulp Fiction (Tarantino, 1994) and i am listening to the podcasts of PhD giants Shannon Clute and Richard Edwards on their discussions on the genre film noir. (here) I recently plugged about 30 podcasts in my iPod to listen to them talk when i am walking or just about to sleep.
Films i saw:
1) Caligula ("whatever director", 1979) - worst film i have ever seen
2) Ashes of Time Redux (Kar-wai, 2008)
3) Knife in the Water (Polanski, 1962)
I'm at Episode 15: Circe and i am on the 3450th line of it and i think it goes on forever. Urgh! i don't want to start again from the beginning. i heavily depended on Harry Blamires' guide on Ulysses which is ass in a way because i don't read Joyce's fifteenth episode closely.
Anyway, good day!