V for...

Apr. 16th, 2007 06:11 pm
kaoticwords: (Kubo-chan)
Thanks to my knee I spent the whole weekend at home -by the way, in the end I went to the doctor and now my leg is all bandaged to keep me from moving it :( Luckily I could walk normally by the end of the week.

The thing is that as I couldn't go out, friends came to my place and we watched V for Vendetta. And all I can say it's that now it's one of my favourites films! It reminds me a lot of 1984 by Orwell and Fahrenheit 451 by Bradbury. Though it's scary when you think what a dangerous weapon the fear is. Even more when I think that Spain was a dictatorship 30 years ago...

But everything about this film is great. Hugo Weaving is an awesome V and he plays without a single facial expression! The visual effects also made me sparkle, and of course the fighting scenes! I have to buy the comic XD

Now back to work~
kaoticwords: (Tenpou / Katana X3)
The weekend left me with two beautiful films to remember: Pride and Prejudice and Happy Together.

About the first one, yep, it was quite a bit since the last time I went to the cinema, and I had doubts about this version of the book but the result was wonderful. <3 Don't know why people kept on telling me it was boring; I really enjoyed it, so if you haven't seen it yet I surely recommend it. XD

And Happy Together was purely Wong Kar Wai. X3 Gosh! He's great! So deep and with such a beautiful aesthetics *_* It's incredible how he succeeds in creating a personal music theme for each character and each moment. Every moment has its own color. His vision of romance is so accurate: intense, sweet, bitter and sad. Maybe I liked more 2046, but this one was great nevertheless (did I mention I love tango? XD).

One week and I'll be in Rome again! YAY! I didn't solve my accommodation yet (not completely) but, hey, I still have seven days XD;


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