Started by wilder, May 12, 2023, 07:27:50 PM
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Quote from: Elena Lazic"With Passages, the American filmmaker may appear to return to the more realistic and low-key dramas that he is best known for. But while this later film stands in clear continuity with the others, it also feels distinct from them. If Frankie and earlier works brought to mind the cinema of Éric Rohmer, then Passages recalls that of Maurice Pialat, with its more fluid but also more sardonic realism. It's a style that fits like a glove with Sachs' emotional intelligence, his eye for dramatic tension in everyday life and his sense of humour."