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Although less intelligent and fancy, and a whole lot more insecure, Eric Bana plays aussie career criminal "chopper" as some kind of modern day Alex DeLarge. Joie de vivre, disproportionate ego and paranoia ignite a cinematic cocktail with a brutal, darkly humourous and strangely engrossing taste.
James Stewart, in the darkest, most profound and sad performance of his career, falls in love with the alluring, distant, unattainable and mesmerizing Kim Novak.
Bernard Herrmann composes a heavenly, breathtaking wagnerian symphony.
and Alfred Hitchcock, in the absolute peak of his powers, materializes the most beautiful, haunting, compelling and heart breaking tale of love that transcended any cinematic or human barrier.
my all time favorite motion picture.
The peak of italian neoralism. an incomparable masterpiece which explores the avatar of a poor family in the post war escenario. tears invaded my face the first time I saw it. and to this day still amazes me, how bitter, shocking and yet touching and beautiful this film is. one of the most powerful endings in cinema history,