Alejandro Jodorowsky: A Visionary Journey in Film, Art, and Spirituality

Alejandro Jodorowsky, the Chilean-French filmmaker, artist, and spiritual guru, is a singular force in the world of cinema. He created surrealist and visually rich cinematic masterpieces such as “El Topo” and “Holy Mountain” developing an unique style while never surrendering to the mainstream. He celebrates 95 today

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Salò: A Necessary Evil

The 60’s and 70’s were prodigal in experimental European cinema that touched, and not just slightly, new grounds of controversy, we revisit the controversial Pier Paolo Pasolini, movie “Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom”

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Revisiting “Vanilla Sky”

A remake of the Spanish movie “Abre Los Ojos”, “Vanilla Sky” it’s a beautiful movie about the tragedy of life and how you can lose everything that really matters on a glimpse of an eye by choosing one of two paths

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The Erotic Outer Space Adventures of Electric Barbarella

“Barbarella”, the colorful 1968 Sci-Fi Roger Vadim starring Jane Fonda as the sexy comics character, has become one of the most influential movies of all time and holds a top position in Pop Culture history

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Playing Mind Games: “Angel’s Heart”

In the 1950’s detective Harry Angel is a New York private detective that is hired by a mysterious wealthy man. This is the starting point for one of the chilliest movies of the 1980’s, an Alan Parker cult classic, “Angel’s Heart”, starring Mickey Rourke and Robert De Niro

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“Born To Be Blue”: Chet Baker re-imagined and revisited

Ethan Hawke embodies Chet Baker as close as it can gets, and despite the actor being older than what Chet would be back in the late 60’s where most of the movie takes place, his physical similarities to the jazz legend help the movie to achieve a reality factor to his acting regardless of the fictional facts

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