Film

Paris is burning




"Opulence. You own everything!" Jennie Livingston?s famously quotable documentary PARIS IS BURNING took America on a then-unseen journey into Harlem?s vogue scene, following a cast of determined queens who serve maximum realness while dealing with issues such as AIDS, poverty, racism, and homophobia."







Drive

Var p kino og sg filmen Drive med Ryan Gosling og Carey Mulligan. Filmen var sykt bra! Filminga, lyset, karakterane og ikkje minst musikken var gjennomfrt p ein vakker og original mte.

"A Hollywood stunt performer who moonlights as a wheelman discovers that a contract has been put on him after a heist gone wrong."





Engelen




No har eg endelig sett filmen Engelen etter hatt den liggandes p macen min i tre uker, da e liksom aldri den rette tia til sj ein sterk film som den. Derfor har eg dryt da s lenge, har faktisk starta den ein del ganga men fonne ut at eg ville heller sj noko som fekk meg i godt humr. Engelen handler om Lea som m gi opp barnet sitt fordi hun er avhengig av heroin, og vi fr se hvordan livet til Lea har vrt og hvorfor hun endte opp som hun gjore. For yeblikket e eg ute i praksis i en barnehage, og p personalmtet me hadde (faktisk i gr) hadde noken av pedagogene p barnehagen ein veldig interesang forelesning om alkohol og psyskisksyke og hvordan dette kan pvirke barn. Noe denne filmen viser veldig godt. Eg vil anbefala alle sj denna filmen, sjl om at den e veldig trist og nesten litt vond sj. Men da e absolutt ein film mangen trenger sj for f forstelse for hvordan visse folk har endt opp som de har. Margreth Olin har laga filmen og da og hu som e fortellaren i filmen, og nesten alle sitatene hennas var s sykt fine at eg bestemte meg for skriva ned noken. Her e noken av de sitatene fra filmen eg synes var finast, og filmen begynne s vakkert med at Olin fortelle:

"Noen mennesker er s vakre at de blir syke av det. Det er dette myke barnet som tar inn hele verden.Som ikke kan lukke seg for noe."

"Noen barn er der for foreldrene sine p en mte de aldri skulle. Men som de mtte fordi de ikke kunne velge det bort"

" ta heroin er det hyeste et menneske kan rope. Hjelp! Jeg trenger at du ser meg"

"Kanskje alt hadde vrt annerledes om jeg var hans barn. At de ville hatt det p annen mte sammen om ikke jeg sto mellom dem. Kanskje det noen ganger er slik at kjrligheten mellom mann og kvinne ikke har plass til barn."

"Nr Ole drakk, mistet jeg det jeg hadde"

Blue Valentine

Glede meg til denna komme p kino! Ser s fin og trist ut :) pluss eg elske Michelle Williams ogRyan Gosling.

Never Let Me Go

Denna filmen ser s fin og trist ut!

Hear And Now

Har ikkje sett denna endo, men ser ut som ein super bra og emosjonell dokumentar som absolutt e verdt f med seg. Eg har ikkje klart finna den p streaming, s da kan vr eg m kjpa den for f sett den.

"A documentary film directed by Irene Taylor Brodsky about her deaf parents who decided to get cochlear implants at age 65."


Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World

Denna filmen ser awsome ut!


Meet the Babies of "Babies"

Fant ein kjempe fin bildeserie p www.time.com, eg har nevnt dokumentaren som flge fire babya i eit r. Og p time sine heimesider fant eg eg ein bildeserie fra nr Thomas Balmes filma dokumentaren.


Making "Babies"
On May 7, four new stars will bring some serious "awwwwww" to the Hollywood box office with Babies. Director Thomas Balmes follows the lives of four babies from separate corners of the the planet ? Ponijao (Opuwo, Namibia), Bayarjargal (Mongolia near Bayanchandmani), Mari (Tokyo, Japan) and Hattie (San Francisco, USA). Balmes chronicles their lives from birth to tentative first steps as if the four were one child ? proving that toothless smiles and accidental mishandling of family pets are universal baby occurrences. Time presents a sneak peek of our newest diminutive super-stars.
Director Thomas Balmes: How Babies Was Made


Ponijao
The eighth of nine children from a family living in rural Namibia, Ponijao is part of the Himba tribe. Balmes says the girl's family is "so full of joy and life."
Director Thomas Balmes: How Babies Was Made


Star
Balmes says that when the children became old enough to look into the camera, he knew that his movie was wrapping up: "This is when we decided to stop filming."
Director Thomas Balmes: How Babies Was Made



Playtime
Balmes tells Time that Ponijao had an "amazing energy" from very early on in her life and did not even need a nap during the day ? making for tough filmmaking. "We were absolutely running everywhere," he says. "I was dead exhausted."
Director Thomas Balmes: How Babies Was Made


Mari
When asked if his daughter was a movie star, her father Fumito joked, "This is the first step." Some of her first steps were captured on film. This is moments before a spill.
Director Thomas Balmes: How Babies Was Made


Close Up
Mari is happily smiling here, but one memorable scene in the movie has her increasingly frustrated trying to figure out a toy while on the floor. "Everyone can relate to that scene," says producer Alain Chabat.
Director Thomas Balmes: How Babies Was Made


Naptime
Balmes says one reason he chose Mari and her family was to be in the center of Toyko "with the neon and the noise" to serve as a contrast to the Namibia and Mongolia locations.
Director Thomas Balmes: How Babies Was Made



Hattie
Viewers might not feel Hattie's vegetarian, yoga-filled upbringing is representative of American child rearing. But Balmes feels it represents "one portion of the American society" which might also be more European-American.
Director Thomas Balmes: How Babies Was Made


Learning Experience
Balmes says one of the key lessons he learned making the film is that children should "spend time doing nothing and still getting some good things out of it."
Director Thomas Balmes: How Babies Was Made


 

Pose
Now aged four, Hattie is into riding her bike, painting and likes gymnastics. She does not have an agent at this time.
Director Thomas Balmes: How Babies Was Made



Bayarjargal
One of the few times Balmes almost stopped filming was the day "Bayar" decided to explore the cow-filled fields on his own. But for the Mongolian family, this was "nothing special," he says. He rolled on for priceless footage. "I'm happy I didn't stop because I think it's one of the best scenes in the film."
Director Thomas Balmes: How Babies Was Made


Big Moment
Balmes says that Bayar's life in Mongolia was "definitely the champion in terms of amazing scenes." Here he seems perfectly happy to share his bath water with a thirsty goat.
Director Thomas Balmes: How Babies Was Made


Landscape
Whether he's tangling with his older brother, the family cat or a roll of toilet paper ? Bayar is an impact baby. He cannot be contained. Balmes calls him "a crazy and fantastic character."
Director Thomas Balmes: How Babies Was Made


Night-Night
When Bayar first saw the movie "he was a bit puzzled," according to his mother Mandakh "and wasn't sure if it was him or not." When he figured out it was him, he was "very happy."
Director Thomas Balmes: How Babies Was Made



Early 20th century forbidden images

"The projectionist clipped these scenes to meet local moral standards of the time.
Will our current forms of censorship look just as ridiculous to future generations?
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Utrulig spennande sj kor lite som sku til for bli sensurert p den tida.

Russel Brand <3

An Education

Glede meg te sj!

What kind of beer?


Babies-the movie

Denna filmen glede eg meg te! Da e ein dokumentar om fira beibia fra fira forskjellige plassa i verden California, Mongolia, Japan og Namibia. De flge de i eit r.

Film som passe bra for meg som holde p utdanna meg til frskulelrer as we speak. Utrulig fasinerande sj p klippet der Ponijao (Namibia) gr med ei slags krukke p hvet, og Bayar (Mongolia) som leker med geiter og hner.Og faktumet at eg komme te d av cutness gr da ikkje ann komma onda.

 

Ponyo
















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