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Pedro Almodóvar: A Very Spanish Filmmaker Who Challenged Sexual taboos in World Cinema

For Almodóvar, every element of life, including biological and human anatomy, is subject to change. Bodies, minds, hearts, and souls are not as fixed or stable as they might appear on the surface. His narratives permit boundary confusions of sex, gender, and identity.

The Redemptive aspects of “The Shawshank Redemption (1994)”

The magic of The Shawshank Redemption is that this shield is transferable – it passes from Andy to Red (and then to the reader/ viewer) —and it is the most persuasive representation of what the word “redemption” means in the title.

Wonder Woman 1984

With director Patty Jenkins back at the helm and Gal Gadot returning in the title role, “Wonder Woman 1984” is Warner Bros. Pictures’ follow up to the DC Super Hero’s first outing, 2017’s record-breaking “Wonder Woman,” which took in $822 million at the worldwide box office.

Philosophies of David Fincher on Film making

David Fincher hates being defined as an auteur. While many directors such as Tyler Perry, Quentin Tarantino, or Joss Whedon accept their celebrity status as part of their identity, Fincher does not want to be associated with a particular image or theme.

David Fincher’s FIGHT CLUB: How an insane and septic disaster hailed as an anarchic master piece?

What if they blow up the credit card companies, and everybody woke up one day and they didn’t have to pay their bills?” remembers Bell. “We needed something where the audience members would cheer the destruction of the world.

Psycho: 60 years to the revolutionary movie once labeled as cliché

What comes to our mind when we heard about “Psycho”.. the shabby image of the motel in the middle of nowhere.. by-passed by the characters who were introduced as weird, disturbing and antisocial characters… the brutal merciless killing of a psycho with a broad kitchen knife accompanied by the nerve-wrecking screeching sound of a violin.