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What to watch in a week: interiors in cinema # 9 - etk-fashion.com

The week starts not from Monday, but from ourtraditional selection of the most interior films. That is, a movie that both entertains and can immensely please, and at the same time attracts with the design of the scenery. Today's selection contains seven films that can be divided by days of the week. Genres, directors, style and presentation differ radically, so you can always miss something, and revise something even more than once. Or get into the material - all of a sudden some film has not been watched. Birdman (2014) A true cinematic enjoyment can be obtained from this film. He is clearly verified, attracts with his spirit and is original in every shot. Shooting in one take gives the picture the effect of a theatrical performance that engages the viewer immediately and does not let go until the very end. The action takes place in the theatrical backstage, and even an inexperienced person is interested in looking at the underside of Broadway splendor, how and in what rooms the actors live and prepare to go on stage. Four Oscars, including an award to the cameraman, screenwriter, the film itself and the director - Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu - are further confirmation that the film is a must-see. Far From Paradise (2002) Tape with Julianne Moore inthe main role draws attention to the prim and strict era of the 50s, strikingly different from the semblance of political correctness that surrounds us now. The dramatic plot, demonstrating the difficult relationships in the family, unfolds in the golden autumn landscapes, emotionally bringing both the local nature and the mood and way of life of the characters closer to the sad cold winter. Thanks to the detailed elaboration of the narrative style, costumes and interiors, the director was able to shoot a kind of intimate historical film. Barry Lyndon (1975) To Even OlderAt times, a picture of the famous director Stanley Kubrick sends the viewer. This is a story about an ordinary Irish guy who, by the will of fate, had to visit different life situations, including the war. The measured narration gives the opportunity to imbued with all the visual aesthetics inherent in the film. These are battles and landscapes, estates and landscapes, as well as costumes, stylistics and an almost tangible handwriting of a genius who used only natural light in this work. The Devil Wears Prada (2006) The title clearly indicatesthat a significant part of the film will be devoted to the topic of fashion. So it is - Anne Hathaway, who plays a young provincial girl, gets a job at a magazine writing about trends and collections, where Meryl Streep becomes her boss. Overall, the film is predictable, glamorous and glossy, but lightweight and non-binding. It is worth paying attention only to the decoration of the office and houses. Areas of Darkness (2011) Overseeding Experimentalthe drug, the protagonist performed by Bradley Cooper, radically changes not only his life, but also the very approach to it. The drug greatly increased his mental abilities, and as a result, the character began to earn more. This can be seen primarily in his interiors, when at the beginning of the film he lives in a tiny apartment, and at the end - in a penthouse with interesting details to the designer's eye. Crimson Peak (2015) This movie was included in the rubriccouncils wholly and entirely because of the house in which the events of the mystical thriller unfold. Or gothic fantasy, as director Guillermo del Toro called it. This is not a set - the estate was rebuilt in full size especially for the filming of the film. The main plot outline is not at all frightening, rather, on the contrary, it is depressing, but the house, with all its secrets, ghosts, as well as staircases, transitions and interiors, comes to the fore, completely and authentically immersing in the 19th century. Vacation Exchange (2006) Romantic Comedy, inwhich features such actors as Kate Winslet, Cameron Diaz, Jude Law and Jack Black. Two main locations - a modern mansion in sunny California and a provincial cottage an hour's drive from London. And it is with houses that the two main characters change, but all this agreement subsequently changes their lives. Or is it the interiors?

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