When love hits the heart like a bolt from the blue, passion creates a storm of fire, out of control.
Visionary film, but not too far from reality: to continue to live on image alone can lead humanity to total misery and the digital age has killed acting in general.
What I found curious about this film is the character Jeff, owner of the Miramount film company, played by Danny Huston: it reminds me the producer of the film company Miramax, Harvey Weinstein.
Loving means letting go of the person that you love, so that he can happily live his life.
And yet never happens, possessions and rivalries always take the lead in everyday life.
So love becomes a nightmare.
Falling in love always involves the devastating consequences, if behind the ‘love lies the deception in order to exploit a person for a precise objective.
This is one of the best movies I’ve ever seen: flawless in the narrative, in the script, in the simplicity of its beauty as a story to tell.