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What to see in the week: melodramas and impossible missions - etk-fashion.com

Once again on the calendar Monday, then oursthe permanent heading does not keep you waiting! Drama and interiors, emotion and design, actors and architecture - all mixed in a single waterfall called "cinema" Again, we recommend five films and one franchise. Thus, it turns out about ten films, for which a week will be more than enough. Different genres are designed to satisfy the needs of every reader of this column - and there are more and more of them. The English Patient (1996) Nine Academy Awards, including Best Picture. The box office was almost nine times over budget. The entourage of the Second World War, an abandoned villa and a love story woven from scraps of memories. If you have not yet watched this picture, then you need to put off all business and devote yourself to the film completely and completely. Moulin Rouge (2001) Welcome to Moulin Rouge -the most famous cabaret in the world! The constant atmosphere of celebration and fun, loud music and stunningly colorful costumes and decorations hide behind them the piercingly tragic and melodramatic history of the courtesan. It's hard to believe that the movie was filmed in Australia, and not directly in Paris. By the way, the picture received the Golden Globe as the best film of that year. 1408 (2007) For those who love the genre of horror andmystics and for the action to take place in remarkable interiors, the film "1408" will be an ideal candidate for an evening viewing. It was filmed based on the story of the same name by Stephen King and has all the traditional attributes. The writer, played by John Cusack, was told, "Don't go to that hotel room." But he did not listen ... What's interesting - the film has several endings, which differ from each other in a cardinal way. A Room with a View (1985) Helena Bonham Carter beforeIn order to frighten the public with her devilishly good acting in some tapes, she also starred in melodramas. Her role in this film is as a young English lady who travels to Italy and finds love there. A rather simple plot pays off with views of Florence and England, nature and interiors of different countries of the early 20th century, which have some common features. Mission:Impossible (1996-2015) When people start to remember high-octane action films, then among the very first there is necessarily the Mission: Impossible franchise, which invariably stars Tom Cruise. All the attributes of spy films are present here - these are explosions, betrayals, high-tech equipment, and, of course, chic interiors. Expensive hotels and yachts, receptions in embassies and palaces, government corridors and safe houses - they all change at lightning speed in the frame, but if you look closely, you can take a lot of ideas for your objects. And at the same time, wonder how Tom Cruise was not afraid to personally conquer the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. Up (2009) Pixar pleases almost every yeartheir cartoons, some of which are able to penetrate deep into the soul and fall in love forever. "Up" is one of those. Already in the first five minutes, a powerful video sequence illustrating the whole life of the protagonist gives out such a portion of the drama that it becomes not entirely clear for whom this project is - for adults or for children? Answer: the film will be interesting to everyone. Even for designers and architects who can find some interesting elements in Karl's interior and start calculating how many balloons are needed to raise the house.

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