Hayao Miyazaki’s The Wind Rises considers a man who saw the beauty in war.
Blue Is the Warmest Color takes full advantage of its epic length in its extended dinner sequences.
There aren’t many epic narratives playing in theaters, so I’ve had to get my fix elsewhere.
What might the author of Death in Venice have had to say about Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master?
Connecting the dots between the new release House of Pleasures and Maurice Ravel’s symphonic piece La Valse (1920)