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Movie Na Yang

South Korean-American director Kogonada, who co-wrote the screenplay and dramatic line-up, builds on the legality of imagination and its unlimited horizons in his second feature film After Yang (2021), without leaving the narrative of the film with which Alexander Weinstein co-wrote his screenplay and his dialogues, far from ordinary people’s diaries.

In a dramatic context colored with inertia and confusion of the core idea, the events of the film explore the prospects for the future of mankind in the time of the robot.

A family of three, with a robotic babysitter sharing their diary. This robot, played by Justin H Heen (Yang), does not work. The film’s destinies extend far, and perhaps farther, than the film’s values ​​and aesthetics are likely to carry, beyond the hypotheses of what happened to (Yang) caring for the adopted child (Mika), to emotional collapse, and real biological death, and all this according to static scenes, not surrounded by dazzling Movement, image colors, and these are some of the most important tools when talking about film language as a visual aesthetic equivalent to lived reality.

While Jake, played by American actor Colin Farrell, searches for the causes of his little robot’s malfunction, his wife (Kira) and his adopted daughter Micah discover facts worthy of reflection and reflection.

Family ties, the worries of the days, the future of applied sciences, the joys of life and the choices available to people to make joy, these are all titles that shine in varying degrees within the 96 minutes of the film.

In an interview, the film’s director, who was nominated for Best Director’s Award at Cannes: “As much as After Yang is a science fiction movie, it still belongs in the realm of everyday life. I never had my next proposed. movie would be a science fiction genre “It was never in my mind. When I watch science fiction movies where the whole world is at stake, I am often curious about the people in the background who have to make a living: What are they doing in this scene? What does their family look like? “

About love in the shadow of programming, “After Yang,” awarded by the Sundance Festival, Alfred B. Sloan Feature Film, His Questions.

The movie “Ritsa”

Returning to the good old days in guarded Egypt, the Egyptian feature film “Ritsa”, directed by Ahmed Yousry himself, is designated as a horse that can take us back to that distant time.

In Alexandria, where it appeared for a long time as the flashy titles of Egypt, rich in diverse, multi-ethnic groups, breaths and sea breezes, the events of the film in which he was created take place, as he often does, the skilled artist Mahmoud Hemida.

About love from the roar of defiance of different origins and origins.

About a burning memory, promising music and the lasting image.

On the fatality of inheritance, and genes Almajalh.

Three different personalities, united by love, stories and melodies, force upon them their specific moment, linked against their will to a past that has not died, to make decisions that may or may not be decisive, may or may not is not correct. , since it becomes necessary for man, at an existential connection, to make a decision, Whatever the costs and consequences of this decision.

In his fourth film, Egyptian director Ahmed Yousry achieves a quantum leap, improving his handling of screenwriter Moataz Fatiha’s text.

Acting is fun, graceful and reasonable, and in it Ahmed El-Fishawy showed us a different face of him. Actor Amir Al-Masry continues his presence after his international movie “Limbo”. Tunisian actress Aisha Ben Ahmed was convinced in her roles (the granddaughter and the grandmother) within the events of the film and she excelled. With grace and a light shadow, the Egyptian Maryam Al-Khisht played her role.

Movie The story of my wife

With a multifaceted narrative, plot and titles, Hungarian director Ildiko Ennedi introduced herself through her new film (2022) and very long (269 minutes, 2 hours and 49 minutes) The Story of My Wife, in Hungarian Hungarian, the title of the film is: A feleségem torténet.

Are we the victim of crazy betting or the children of fate? Perhaps this is the essential question within the shores of the film that crosses seas and cuts worlds and capitals.

A sea captain, as Mahmoud Hemida is in the movie “Ritsa”, bets his friend that he can marry the first contestant in the cafe, while Lisa (or Lizzie) leads her steps inside the cafe and into the unknown oven.

In an honest parody, Ennedi, whose 2018 film On Body and Soul won the Golden Bear for Best Picture at the Berlin Film Festival, manages the turbulent world of the Hungarian novel Milan Foust (1888-1967). The film’s namesake, published. in 1942.

In “My Wife’s Story,” Ennedy, who won the 1989 Cannes Film Golden Camera Award for her film “My Twentieth Century,” continues her remarkable return, after an behind-the-scenes absence of nearly 18 years.

The film’s director is not alone in collecting awards before her new film, starring Lea Seydoux, won the 2013 film Palme d’Or in the Warmest Color, winning the Palme d’Or in 2013.

Four countries participated in the production of the film: Hungary, Germany, France and Italy, which strengthened this European cooperation, which brightened at the level of the seventh art, which did it the most.

Despite the placement of captions within the film, in the manner of elite directors, it did not diminish the sense of length of the film, which may have been slightly softened by the excellent performance of its hero Gijs Naber.

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