With wit, reviewed by Kimmo Mustonenen
Here’s another “Nazi” this time after last week’s scene that happened in with Lars Von Trier.
This time by Paolo Sorrentino, the political correct approach and without any relation to the Prankster (he went upside down) in Trier, in “THIS MUST BE THE PLACE” is opposite of an exemplary character that explains one of the greatest actresses of the era, Sean Penn.
As another type rocker Alice Cooper comes to America to seek his dark character a Nazi actually means bringing the target of revenge and strong parental memory.
(As indeed it was Terence Malick not stepped foot in order to hear “anyone” yes “to the asking the long and short, for the experiential ecstatic experience “TREE OF LIFE“.)
Sean Penn said the film collaboration with Sorrentino was excellent and that somehow it had assessed the potential of this director, from Cannes in 2008.
For the film, which will describe a visual narrative, himself Sorrentino said he talked about working in America is something that clearly makes you realize that this country is “THE LAND OF CINEMA”, and how to filming the streets is something unprecedented.
But, Mr. Sorrentino, what it means for you finally the relationship of characters in the film?
“But this first of all,” he said, and continues “first of all we have before us the relationship between a former Nazi and a rocker older dude, which can not be stopped or rock and roll, nor child, so this is all the narrative challenge for me, this polarity.“
The “THIS MUST BE THE PLACE” is a powerful film. The memory of the vengeance and the projection of guilt watering the frame.
The Penn, this robust actor of character, stands as an irresistible pillar in the center of this creation, without showing that anything can escape from within the accuracy limit of his personality, as we move towards the big finale.
With this film, which complements the image interpretation and word, now the director establishes the tone and opens the door to a bright future films.
Let us take, although it is surprising to me the Golden Palm in this movie (I would have this be given). I insist on the Terrence Malick and a second level in front of the dynamics of the best years long, the likelihood of a third Golden Palm, which in this case will make history.
But do you think De Niro would prefer the Belgian social realists of minimalism, from the mystic fellow? Not think so!
Even when Ginnifer Goodwin’s birthday was yesterday. Love.