Friday, May 22, 2015

Cannes 2015 Review – feces, vomit and disease: in … – MetroNews

In 2012, Michael Haneke filmed the Love and accompanying dying and off again with the Cannes Palme d’Or. Although it revolves around the same theme, it is doubtful that Chronic know the same issue. At least we hope so. Michel Franco tale, as the title suggests, a chronicle, a slice of life: that of David, a home health aide who, attending the race from start to sick, trying to fill the emotional gap felt since the death her son. A delicate subject that deserved intelligence and decline. Alas, the Mexican filmmaker spares us nothing

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On the menu:. A heavy shower sequence with a HIV-positive patient gaunt, uncontrollable vomiting and diarrhea of ​​a cancer or the erection of a sick man at the daily toilet. A bias of rare finesse in the name of a supposed realism and a fierce desire to make us aware of the suffering of these patients, selflessness caregiver. But Michel Franco it take the viewer for a fool? As much vulgarity and handling were they really necessary? This visual brinkmanship had no place: the purpose would have been much harder without all those touts effects

Difficult also to be moved by the affection quest. nurse, seeking also comfort with protection. The EEG of the character portrayed by grossly apathetic Tim Roth, invariably remains flat. Ours however knows incessant variations driven with the unbearable feeling of being manipulated, so sickened by voyeurism, wearied by repeated morbid shots at will, and exasperated by the presence of such a peak of subtlety competition

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