Primele reacții de la premiera lui Only God Forgives la Cannes
Azi-dimineață, la Cannes, a avut loc premiera internațională a lui Only God Forgives, cel mai nou film regizat de Nicolas Winding Refn. Evident, la doar câteva minute distanță de la finalul filmului, au apărut și primele reacții.
Iată, mai jos, ce spun criticii despre Only God Forgives, imediat după vizionare.
I.L. Mircu, de la Marele Ecran
#cannes Kristin Scott-Thomas a fost remarcabila. Wise(wo)man. Ryan Gosling nu e aici. E un aer de primejdie care bantuie intreg filmul
— I.L. Mircu (@ilMircu) May 22, 2013
Michael Phillips, de la Chicago Tribune
ONLY GOD FORGIVES at #Cannes2013 confirms DRIVE dir. N.W. Refn’s status as world’s most sadistic adolescent art director. Truly empty film.
— michael phillips (@phillipstribune) May 22, 2013
Peter Bradshaw, de la The Guardian
I have just watched Only God Forgives (dir. Nicolas Winding Refn)… I… It… I… *eyeballs roll back into head, falls over* #Cannes2013
— Peter Bradshaw (@PeterBradshaw1) May 22, 2013
Eric Lavalee, de la Ion Cinema
#cannes2013 Refn’s revenge film is the Devil vs. Devil by way of In the Mood for Love. Looks better than Drive but less meat on the bone
— ioncinema (@ioncinema) May 22, 2013
Erick Kohn, de la IndieWire
ONLY GOD FORGIVES: basically the wacky B-movie DRIVE riffed on, elevated by Gosling out-Goslinging himself & hilariously psycho K.S. Thomas.
— erickohn (@erickohn) May 22, 2013
Alex Billington, de la FirstShowing
Only God Forgives – Bloody, nasty Thai revenge served cold. God of underworld vs God of living. Fucked up. Cinema Refn reigns. #cannes2013
— Alex Billington (@firstshowing) May 22, 2013
Guy Lodge, critic de film freelancer
I would definitely have sex with ONLY GOD FORGIVES, though I’d feel bad about it in the morning and call DRIVE to weepily confess.
— Guy Lodge (@GuyLodge) May 22, 2013
Craig Kennedy, de la Living In Cinema
ONLY GOD FORGIVES, a garish wallow for the runts of the litter never good enough for their pigs of mothers. Dull and unpleasant #Cannes2013
— Craig Kennedy (@LivingInCinema) May 22, 2013
Gregory Ellwood, de la HIT FIX
Only God Forgives is gorgeous art film masquerading as an action thriller. Lotsto say about West-East relations/future if you see it.
— gregoryellwood (@HitFixGregory) May 22, 2013
Nigel M. Smith, de la Indiewire
‘Only God Forgives’: Wanted more of Kristin Scott Thomas’ psycho mom and less of Gosling’s affectless act. #cannes2013
— Nigel M. Smith (@nigelmfs) May 22, 2013
Raffi Asdourian, de la The Film Stage
The dedication to Jodorowsky at end of OGF is an indicator that Refn is more interested in crafting surreal imagery than story. #cannes2013
— Raffi Asdourian (@zaffi) May 22, 2013
Peter Howell, de la Toronto Star
Everybody moves so slowly in ONLY GOD FORGIVES, you could show it at double speed and hardly notice. #Cannes2013
— Peter Howell (@peterhowellfilm) May 22, 2013
Film Festival News
Are we in hell? Are we in the afterlife? Are we watching a slowly fading dream? Questions you’ll ask seeing Only God Forgives #Cannes2013
— Film Festival News (@filmfest) May 22, 2013