“Klift, Kloft, Still, a porta se abriu!”
A maquete que se encontra logo no início da exposição já traz aquela pontinha de nostalgia, mas é quando passamos pelo Porteiro e adentramos “os muros do Castelo” que a aventura começa. São mais de dez ambientes com objetos cenográficos reais e os figurinos de todos personagens, assim como roteiros originais, sketches e recortes de notícias sobre o programa. Uma aventura deliciosa para as eternas crianças da “Geração Cultura”, que fará você sorrir a cada cômodo explorado.
“All work & no play makes Jack a dull boy.”
“Parts of the film are chilling, charged with a relentlessly claustrophobic terror, but others fall flat. Not that religion has to be involved in horror, but a visceral skeptic such as Kubrick just couldn’t grasp the sheer inhuman evil of The Overlook Hotel. So he looked, instead, for evil in the characters & made the film into a domestic tragedy with only vaguely supernatural overtones. That was the basic flaw: because he couldn’t believe, he couldn’t make the film believable to others. What’s basically wrong with Kubrick’s version of The Shining is that it’s a film by a man who thinks too much and feels too little; & that’s why, for all its virtuoso effects, it never gets you by the throat & hangs on the way real horror should.”
Set during World War I, the film stars Kirk Douglas as Colonel Dax, the commanding officer of French soldiers who refused to continue a suicidal attack. Dax attempts to defend them against a charge of cowardice in a court-martial.
Paths of Glory is an anti-war movie, it’s pretty sad but Kirk Douglas shines on it, totally worth watching. I don’t watch war movies because I get mad, I was forced to watch this one at my Movie Club but I enjoyed it a lot. The room at the exhibition hat this “trenches” feel with “war” noises, it was a great experience.
Ew. Ew. I dislike “Lolita” for so many reasons, but obviously it has nothing to do with Kubrick. Worth watching if you haven’t read the book. Or read the book. Or just skip this one for life. Humbert is a creepy pedophile & that’s it, it’s made to dirturb people & works a lot for me. The room wasn’t impressive at all, but I liked the huge glasses with the scenes on.