I watched the entire movie, or did I?
What’s the use of paying attention to nothing?
My take is more of a Christology/Anthropology – it’s hard to be human/messiah. In short, it’s hard to be ME 😈
Incarnation is crucifixion is resurrection is salvation! What the fuck?? No, this can’t be! It must not be! There must be something more……….
After the movie, I watched a raw full chicken being mounted on a grill, & a woman squirting in her orgasm…… So, is this Earth or Arkanar?
Is it possible to rate an experience (like a movie) highly even if you hated going through it? Yes, but only if you believed that you gained something (spiritual/moral/intellectual) out of it…
I enjoyed reading/watching all those reviews (around 10!) even more than the film itself! So, does that mean that it was good (or even a great), then?? The film would have been an utter waste of my time, if not for the analysis/insight that came later. Really? Isn’t that how life itself is?
Compare with my recent watching of “The Tempest” – Prospero ~ Don Rumata – along with the Intro. to Auden’s commentary on it.
Is everyone who rates anything, automatically a critic?
Compare this with futurist techno-dystopias. Is that any better?
Identify the important moments to get some ideas about the meaning of the whole – the first scene, the prologue, the title scene, the cuts (blank gaps) between sections, the thematic/philosophical lines, the epilogue, & last scene.
Wasn’t the Middle Ages the period when the Church (Christianity?) was at the peak of (political) power?!