Sweet Virginia  : A Gorgeously Lensed Noir-ish Thriller Sweet Virginia (2017), scripted by Benjamin…
Tag: Imogen Poots
Martin Luther King, Jr. once famously said: “Violence begets violence”. While this is certainly true, sometimes violence is a necessity in order to ensure one’s survival. As is the case with Jeremy Saulnier’s Green Room which finds a punk rock band literally fighting for their lives after they’re enclosed in a single room by a bloodthirsty group of neo-Nazi skinheads. Saulnier initially turned heads with his 2013 revenge thriller Blue Ruin.
“Once the soul was perfect and had wings, it could sour into haven that only creatures with wings can be. But the soul lost its wings and fell to earth where it took a earthly body, now, while it lives in this body no outward sign of wings can be seen yet the roots of its wings are still there… and we see a beautiful woman or a man, the soul remembers the beauty it used to know in haven, and begins to spout and that makes the soul want to fly but it cannot yet it is still too weak so that man keeps staring up to the sky at a young bird, he lost all interest in the world around…”
Filth is about people swimming in a quagmire of corruption and mental collapse and the ever unraveling mental-catastrophe. I shall not be a douche and say this out loud: Filth is very hard film to like. Remember the scene from Trainspotting where the main character gets inside a filthy toilet and you feel really uncomfortable.