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What to watch in a week: interiors in cinema # 10 - etk-fashion.com

It's time for the anniversary edition of the pro sectionfilms and scenery in them. They captivate, they inspire, they cut into the memory, and sometimes into the soul. Watch and enjoy! The 3 days of the June holiday are coming to an end, which means you can go back to your computer or TV and search online cinemas for films for the coming week. Although, of course, the best solution would be a walk in the park, but if you want to feel the magic of a good movie, and at the same time be inspired by the quality of the visual range and the interiors present there, save this material. If you missed the last selection - go. Chocolate (2000) The romance and tranquility of a small town begins to crumble at the very moment when the main character arrives with her daughter and opens a candy store. All residents rushed there, but the local Count de Reino, and also the mayor, is strongly against this. His house and shop Vivienne are the main locations, in the interiors of which you really want to live or drink hot chocolate. There is also a young Johnny Depp in the film. Teleport (2008) Would you like one dayvisit Rome, Tokyo, New York and Egypt? Rob a bank in Paris and be on Everest in a second? For the protagonist of this fantastic, it is as easy as shelling pears to accomplish such a task - after all, he knows how to teleport. Until the problems began with the ancient order, which wanted to exterminate all the "jumpers", he lived to the fullest in a very interesting apartment. It's a pity that it didn't take long - I had to go on the run, and in the kaleidoscope of events, not apartments, but countries where there is also something to see, are already flashing. Lucky Number Slevin (2005) Slevin agreedlive in a friend's apartment, not realizing what the consequences might be. The interiors of this apartment, by the way, are very, very impressive, like many others that are found in the film. Modern design, eclecticism, a combination of black and white shades with bright colors, Milanese wallpapers, kitchen aprons, chrome lamps - the number of bold solutions and interesting ideas is off the charts. Valley (2008) Released This Weekthe Pixar cartoon "Finding Dory", which is a sequel to "Finding Nemo". We have already watched and are in a hurry to assure that the sequel came out worthy. But in the marine theme of interiors it is not so much, so we recommend another cartoon from the same studio - "Valley". A lot came together here - and the theme of the environmental problems of the Earth, and universal love, and humanity's commitment to technology, and strong friendship. Everything happens to beautiful music in the perfectly traced interiors of the spacecraft. A piercingly clean, kind and funny cartoon for the whole family. Star Wars (1977 - 2015) That's where it's simplea treasure trove of excellent interiors, chic decorations and a celebration of top-notch computer graphics! Star Wars is a great saga with a great following, including the author of this fascinating column. Beginning nearly 40 years ago, George Lucas subsequently handed it over (at a cost) to Disney, which announced more films would be released soon. If only it did not turn into a soulless conveyor belt, like another recent purchase of the corporation. Jumanji (1995) Would you like to play thisrealistic magic game? Another great family movie, where the focus is, of course, Jumanji itself, and the main characters are trying to complete it as soon as possible. A lot of action takes place in a large house, gradually destroyed by the consequences of the game, so while it looks whole, it is worth evaluating the layout and location of the main rooms. And the attic with old things looks like an outlet for a passionate collector. By the way, there will be a remake soon, starring Dwayne Johnson, good or not. Agents A.N.K.L.(2015) Guy Ritchie last year released a high-quality comedy action movie starring Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer as CIA and KGB agents who will unite to confront a powerful criminal organization. The action takes place in the era of the Cold War, so the tension between the USSR and the United States is reflected in their relationship. The director's corporate style is noticeable in every shot - he constantly experiments with the presentation of material, finding unusual angles and witty little things, in a carefully modeled environment of the 60s.

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