Sunday, September 18, 2011

Imported Review: Drive (2011) from The New Yorker

[..]Naturally, the Driver lives alone. Down the hall is the apartment of Irene (Carey Mulligan) and her son, Benicio (Kaden Leos). The Driver meets her and, against regulations, falls in love; at any rate, he cracks a smile, and twitches the toothpick that sits at the side of his mouth, so something must be stirring in his soul. The boy’s father, Standard (Oscar Isaac), is in jail, and, when he comes out, the Driver, far from showing hostility, befriends him, and offers assistance—a courtly, old-fashioned gesture, as though he lacked any better way of expressing his feelings for Irene. If Lancelot had lived next door to Guinevere, he would have done the same.[..]

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  1. tare.
    o sa-l vad maine la festival si o sa scriu recenzie pt revista

  2. looking forward to it. mi-a placut mult articolul de pe new yorker, si desi nu e compozitie originala a mea, m-am gandit sa o impartasesc cu lumea :)

  3. o sa ajung si eu zilele astea pe la cinema si ii dau o vizita...