Director: Ruben Östlund Writer: Ruben Östlund Stars: Claes Bang, Elisabeth Moss, Dominic West, Terry Notary, Christopher Læssø Synopsis: A prestigious Stokholm Art Museum curator finds himself in a professional and personal crisis as he’s about to set up […]
1979 was the year when the first woman Prime Minister was elected Margaret Thatcher, and it was also the year where women had the most breakthrough after a decade of struggle for equal rights. It […]
Watched this while in the plane on my way to New York. It is a documentary written and directed by Michael Moore. It’s like a travelogue where he goes from one country to another in […]
(picture courtesy of Alchetron.com) Last week, I had the chance to attend one of the movies featured in the Danish movie festival. It was free and was shown in the Shang Cineplex, it’s a project of […]
The movie reminded me of my days in Kemang and I can definitely agree to everything in the movie. The story was narrated in a way that mocks the society in a playful and humorous way.
Heart Attack’s story gave me a sense of appreciation of the lifestyle I am in. At least I have a work life balance which makes me healthy, appreciate the people I care about and the luxury of time to do what I want to do. This movie is a great awakening especially for people who think that prestige and acquiring wealth is the most important thing in life. Health is definitely wealth.
The movie captures the life of one of the last traditional tribes in the world. The scenes are beautifully captured in vivid earthy colors with scenes of the active volcano Mount Yasur. It gives you an insight of a world that hasn’t been seen in cinema which makes the movie very precious and unique. I liked the movie because it not only shows you a different world and a different culture but the story also allows you to feel the intensity of moments of despair and the celebration of life.