that talk between gus and marie is one of the best non problematic bisexual representation
the fact that it's obvious for whom Violet is writing the letters makes it even more sad, this one had me sobbing the whole time
nice surprise to see mulholland drive's impact in the plot
I must begin saying that A Quiet Life by Teho Teardo and Blixa Bargald playing at the end was so perfect just like the rest of the soundtrack; some things that were in my mind like the Stranger being Jonas from the future were confirmed, others wrapped up and more questions arised, I can't wait for S2, Charlotte now knows that Ulrich was/is in the past I wonder what she is gonna do with this piece of information, will she starts to rationalizing, as what we humans do with everything? Personally I doubt that, but guess that don't even matter that much since from the glimpse we got from the future it is shit, also a "small" thing that happily surprised me was Agnes Nielsen and Doris Tiedemann, Netflix didn't have to put a love story between two women in the 50s but it did! I really hope to see more of them in S2 as it's implyed that Doris left Egon for Agnes, and I want to see more of the 53's Egon I have a feeling that even though Egon doesn't like Ulrich he is the one whom somehow if Ulrich comes back to 2019 is gonna help him scape the prision he is in; also Ulrich's father had and affair with Regina's mother, and theirs' Grandmothers too lol everything comes full circle; and Helge in 2019? The timeline keeps being messed up, but since Helge was a grown man in 1986 we know he is gonna come back to his "right" time and this was just one more part of the the timeline that can't be changed so they will arrive at the apocalyptical world we saw Jonas in, ah my head hurts but I love this series.
Loved all the talk about space and time and explanations and Ulrich!!! also I saw you gramma Nielsen
please don't get me wrong (I love the book) but I loved so much how the story has been extended, since in the book we see almost everything from Offred's perspective, it made the show richer with more contrasts. I can't wait for season 2!
A really promising tv show with a good dystopian plot, it's gonna be tough to watch the probably more graphic scenes to come but I'm already in love with the handmaid's tale
edit: if you, like me, haven't read the book before watching the show, you absolutely should read it.
The plot twist at the finale with Te Ka actually being Te Fiti without her heart was so good! (I really didn't see that coming.) And the simbolism was so beautiful: the one who brought life became death itself after her heart was stolen, and at the finale Moana helped her become herself (life) again (like everything in life nothing is created, everything is transformed). Also, in a way, there was not really a villainess, it was just occurrences of bad circumstances that actually in the bottom had a good intention: Muai tried to stole Te Fiti's heart to give it to humans, so they would have the power to create life but we all saw what happened; and despite all the magic, it made the movie more real (imo). But of course the more important thing is: the children will love it! And it's good that the new generation will grow up with the message that, yes, girls can save the day too, and you do not have to be romantically involved with a man to be someone.
Não acredito que esse filme ótimo foi barrado no Oscar por causa de política... Pau no cu do Brasil.
I wondered how they would get to an emotional state so deep that they would feel the same "feeling" so the movements would work and finally "open a portal"; it surprised me. I can't wait for s2
"Hey, you know why we, uh why we like to be hugged? The way I see it, it sets a limit on the pain.You know? Puts a perimeter around it."
Maybe I missed something here but I wonder how did OA get to make those scars on her own back without anyone's help...
I can't recall feeling so emotional in the first episode of a tv show, it was so ethereal.
The best season of Futurama
I may have gone too far on my interpretation, but this episode reminded me of the Critical Theory of the Frankfurt School. Where they argue that our excess of reason (that for example leaded to the WW2) trapped us in the mass industry (and opinion) society we are in, and that art would be the escape from this society. And in here happened the contrary, of course that in the end enters in the debated "what is art?" Would it be or not? But the fact is that the man who forced the minister to practice an act of zoophile claimed it was art. And we can not denied that technology is a way of creating art, and it let me thinking: what the hell will be of the art and of our future?
This episode was so "Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison" by Michel Foucault
It never crossed my mind that the french education would have so many similar issues as the brazilian one. And it's a good movie, it makes you see all the situations from both perspectives, teachers and students. The focus in here was the public education, but I think that is it what is lacking nowadays: try to put ourselves in someone else's shoes; and then, perhaps, we can understand them.
it's worth see it if you like amy and tina, but the movie is a crap
I laughed so hard when they got back to their tribe and the one with the fire fell in the water and extinguished the fire
It's 2k16 and I'm still not over with this episode. It still give me tears and chills. Perfect.
"Past is present when you carry it with you."
"Não precisa chorar para estar triste."