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Writer Misuzu Nakahara confesses her involvement in the 300 Million Yen Affair. In the chaotic days of the 1960s, Misuzu, a lonely high school girl from a troubled family, finds a sanctuary...

Writer Misuzu Nakahara confesses her involvement in the 300 Million Yen Affair. In the chaotic days of the 1960s, Misuzu, a lonely high school girl from a troubled family, finds a sanctuary... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Yoonki C (mx) wrote: Nightcrawler, a movie from a directorial debut of Dan Gilroy, whom which written and directed this modern masterpiece. It gives you a sense of unsettling and tense feel as the film starts introducing us to the main character, Louis Bloom(Jake Gyllenhaal). He is a person who is well educated, appreciated, however, one who is professional acting nice and showing signals of appreciation, as it differs in the inside of himself. He lives an unusual life, a thief who always wonders to find a career to achieve his goals. One day, he comes across some people filming crime scenes as a sale for news footage as for their career, also known as 'nightcrawling'. And so, Louis Bloom involves as a curiosity into this business. As the film progresses, he gets very good and professional at the job, in fact.. he gets way too good at this job as he, himself commits crimes and acts in illegal actions. First off, Jake Gyllenhaal gives his finest role and performance throughout his career. He is absolutely courageous and self-conscious. He is fully engaged with that character, he withdraws himself and becomes fully the character Louis Bloom, which makes us the audience frightening and terrifying as we see him burst his way of performance. Also, it is so frightening how our main character Louis Bloom starts off as a protagonist, and as the film progresses, becomes an unexpected and fearful antagonist. However, so riveting and outstandingly written dialogue makes certain situations so exciting and realistic, adding unsettledness which makes us sweat in thrills. From these amazingly written dialogues, even though Louis Bloom transforms into an antagonist, we root for him, and we want him to succeed in every possible way, after all, he has committed crimes and taken illegal actions. Additionally, the last act, the last 15 to 20 minutes are the most suspenseful and hand-gripping finales that additionally decorates this film more beautifully. The streets of L.A look immaculately beautiful and flawlessly colored, which contains solid eye candy visuals. Overall, this film depicts the realism of the society as well as illustrating the character, Louis Bloom perfectly flawless. It is most certainly one of the best films of 2014 as well as the best-written script forms of this decade. For writer Dan Gilroy's first directorial debut, it is very impressive and unbelievable of what he accomplished.

Nicole W (au) wrote: Such an amazing love story ??Plus I always love James comwell

Stephanie Z (de) wrote: Gave it an extra half star just because it's about horses. Could not stand the main character and I think I'm realizing one reason I'm not much of a movie fan these days is because I do not care for the main characters! I didn't like how everything she said came to pass, I definitely cannot relate. She pretty much got everything she wanted. And I felt her character was way too over-exaggerated. The movie left me thinking that she was somewhat delusional, but happened to be lucky. Would've liked it to be a little more about the horse and less about Penny Chenery. Also sensed a definite feminist theme which I did not care for. I believe in equality.

Cissy Y (jp) wrote: Especially like its music Summer!

Sonia C (au) wrote: Very good n sad movie...Finally chicks robbing banks now men can't talk shit, Women can !!

Shawn M (es) wrote: Never heard of this.

Craig C (es) wrote: Sports violence, consumerism, fan idoltry and reality shows (decades before they existed) are brilliantly satirized. As the NFL collapses under his own hubris and pretensions, this is more relevant now than when it was released. Highly recommended.

Heba M (br) wrote: never seen the original, but i enjoyed it :)

Vadim D (es) wrote: Well acted, but on recent viewing, it's obvious to be way overrated. The story and drama isn't really shocking anymore, but what's worse is that the film plays out like misogynistic melodrama.