With its naked celebration of self-sacrificial combat, the film strikes a tone redolent of old-school war propaganda.
The Wild Pear Tree sees Nuri Bilge Ceylan in a kind of self-aware dialogue with himself about the methodologies of his work.
Eva Husson’s controversy-courting debut is neither as lewdly subversive or as raucously debauched as its provocative title.
It’s a total turn-off that’s neither as lewdly subversive or as raucously debauched as its provocative title.
In screenwriter terms, the “inciting incident” of this pair of videos is the first few moments of “Don’t Save Us,” quickly recapped at the beginning of “Angst” too.