david cronenberg is my favorite director
Gonna have to update this to Gaspar Noé.
i tried watching enter the void a few years ago but i was too high and fell asleep around the time where the protag got killed by the japanese police while hiding in a bathroom. didnt really like it, it was kinda filmedl ike a youtube travel vlog
recently ive seen soy cuba and it totally owned. cemented kalatazov's position as one of my favorite directors. cranes are flying is already one of my favorite movie but he outdid it with soy cuba. the camera works is so impressive and innovative for the time it was made. unlike cranes are flying the political element of the story, centered around the cuban revolution is also really great and isnt too much over the top. one of a kind film really
Enter the Void was the first of his movies I saw but it seems to me the least "gaspar noe" of all. I enjoy his films because of the flashing lights, colorful scenery, and exciting music.
I recently saw cranes are flying but I wasn't able to finish either it or soy cuba. I wish the director had taken every shot in the way some of the experimental ones were (with weird angles and unnatural camera movement).
fell asleep around the time where the protag got killed by the japanese police while hiding in a bathroom
lol doesnt that happen in like the first 10 min when the protag is embarking on his dmt voyage
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1. Gandhi and Brahmanism, and the Influence of the Fascist Right on Oppressed Castes
2. Caste Annihilation, Limits of Parliamentary Politics, Caste Question
3. Broad Alliance of Struggle, On Violence
4. Socialist Societies, Criticism, and the Role of the Party
5. The Environmental Question
6. Local Knowledge Systems and Colonialism
7. Kerala Specific Issues
8. Basic Concepts of Maoism, Future Avenues for Theory
all transcripts are here
"they had a misinformed worldview which they wrote about to justify irrelevant -- but spooky and mysterious -- organizational tactics"
sakai or dugin
I am watching harmony korine's movies & I would recommend the two I've seen: Gummo and Julien Donkey-Boy
spring breakers kicks ass
looking forward to adam curtis releasing the same documentary for the 50th time