"Swimming pool" turned into a remake of "Big splash"
This week in movie ode to a dog's heart, a crime story about a pure art and the transformation of the Thriller "swimming Pool" in the remake of "Big splash".
The story is told in the film "swimming Pool" in 1969 is remembered, perhaps, by the presence of Alain Delon. After almost half a century the Europeans decided to give this love drama of new life and new energy. For this they invited her to Hollywood megastars, it is Rafe Fiennes, Matthias Conerts, Tilda Swinton and Dakota Johnson. The characters came up with new colors, and biography. For example Swinton is now a rock star who lost her voice, and Fiennes famously dancing and singing karaoke. For the rest, the love quadrangle lives on the old laws. Enclosed space of the island, the return of a former love, affection, jealousy and passion zakalennye to a dangerous degree. To watch not only because of the hot love story, but also because of the good acting.
Domestic filmmakers will enjoy no less thrilling Thriller "the Pure art". Chipovskaya and Pyotr Fyodorov in the center of a dangerous criminal plot. Stylishly shot crime Thriller, he is sensual love drama. The girl-photographer Sasha discovers her lover murdered. Who could prevent a harmless artist. Principled, courageous and not accustomed to give up heroine determined to uncover the truth despite the fact that her heels are pursued by the killers. The plot of the movie and detective intrigue is quite simple. However, the adorable couple of the main characters Fedorov and chipovskaya reluctant to make the audience jittery.
A truly pure art and pure kinopio can be seen in a limited screening in the documentary "heart of a Dog". This directorial debut of talented artist and musician Laurie Anderson. Meditative spectacle, where mixed her thoughts about the modern world, memories of childhood and love the little creature - the dog, Lulabell, which has replaced the creative pair of child. This is an extremely unusual tape is quite in the style of Anderson. After all, a dog's heart, is the heart of devotional, full of love. To decipher the on-screen metaphors of the audience in their own way and perceive the film Laurie not by logic, but feelings. And then it will become obvious, this story is not about the dog, but about those whom we love and lose.