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What to watch in a week: interiors in cinema # 13 - etk-fashion.com

Seven days a week, seven films and morebeautiful interiors in which their action unfolds. The traditional Monday heading of film advice not only brings variety to life, but also inspires new ideas A whole month of summer has passed. The heat and stuffiness that prevail during the day does not in the least dispose one to stay in an open space for a long time. On the contrary - you want to get into the shade, under the air conditioner. And if it turns out at hand, then why not spend a couple of hours watching a good movie. Past selection of good films -. 21 grams (2003) A very strong and complex movie, and not only because of the nonlinearity of the plot structure. Even people with an atrophied ability to empathize while watching this tape cannot contain their emotions. Tip: in moments of deepest tension, when feelings come out, look at the surroundings of the main characters. Kitchen, where the heroine Naomi Watss cooks with her daughters, children's rooms of houses, living rooms and decor elements. But it will be difficult to concentrate - the film of Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu sinks into the soul so precisely and comprehensively. After all, 21 grams is the weight of a human soul, to which the picture is dedicated. Toy Story (1995-2018) Always interestinglook at the interiors with a different look, different from the usual - for example, a child's. But this cartoon, which brought fame to Pixar, so often featured in our selections, offers a completely new approach - a view from the side of a child's toys. They are alive, they talk, they have a whole world hidden from the eyes of people. And what is most interesting is that this world is determined by the size and content of rooms, where, for example, an ordinary wooden staircase can become an insurmountable peak, and a cardboard box can become a whole house. Bachelor Party in Vegas (2009) How to Rock Out onto the fullest in one of the most expensive cities in the world? The four heroes of this film know the answer, so they rented a luxurious suite on the top floor of the hotel, went to a bar, lost a friend, quarreled with the mafia, and the further - the worse, more fun and funnier. In the course of the action, the characters find themselves in the casino, and in the hospital, and in the police station, and even in the house of Mike Tyson. And in the suite, slightly smashed in the morning, a live tiger in the bathroom, who has come from nowhere, brings variety. See you (2016) If every day inwatch strictly one film during the week, then on Thursday you should pay attention to the new releases and premieres. Among the many comedies that kick off that day, there is a drama starring Sam Claflin and Emilia Clarke. They appeared here in the form of a paralyzed man and his nurse. The plot seems very familiar, and perhaps that is why the opinions of critics are almost divided in half. But judging by the trailer, a pleasant romantic story awaits us, not devoid of emotions, and the interior elements on the big screen are much better visible. Killers (2010) American houses are always interestingdue to the compactness and interior features, atypical for our country, but very desirable. In each film, the eye now and then highlights some individual elements that attract attention. The action comedy "Killers" is just about such a house in an ordinary suburb where a young couple lives. One of the couple is a former assassin, a reward was suddenly appointed for his head, and the family's adventures begin. Prestige (2006) In light of the failed sequelThe "Illusions of Deception" now in the cinema is reminiscent of Christopher Nolan's "The Prestige." The focus is also on magicians, and the picture itself is one of the best and most successful among hundreds of similar ones. The perfectly rendered atmosphere of the end of the 19th century, as well as the non-linear narrative, the intriguing plot and the actors of the first magnitude - Hugh Jackman, Christian Bale, Michael Cain, Scarlett Johansson - make this film very memorable and simply must-see. Robin Hood (2010, or 1991, or whatever) KThe story of the famous archer, robber and folk hero Robin Hood, who fought for King Richard the Lionheart, sends back to even more ancient times. Many film adaptations of his adventures necessarily touch upon questions of honor and justice, the love interests of this man and the ability to handle a sword or bow, as well as large-scale military operations and surroundings of that era. And these are castles and villages, throne rooms and houses of peasants ... Elements of medieval themes delight the eye of connoisseurs, who then strive to add to their interiors what, through the centuries, began to be called the true English style.

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