Model begins at and continually returns to an elite modeling agency on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, where applicants offer their portfolios to somewhat clinical, but constructively critical employees. Oddly (at least to an individual with no modeling experience), models make appointments as easily as one might schedule a visit to the dentist; there appears to be little difficulty in getting agents to view a portfolio. Several women aren’t nearly tall enough (5’6 being the minimum height requirement, a minimum that seems laughable by today’s 5’11, Gisele-influenced standards) while others are advised to shoot a greater variety of photographs for their portfolio (softer, more dramatic, a touch of realism, etc.). Most noticeably, it’s a run of the mill interview—questions are asked about previous experience, and applicants calmly accept advice on where their specific “look” may earn them greater opportunities.
Model begins at and continually returns to an elite modeling agency on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, where applicants offer their portfolios to somewhat clinical, but constructively critical employees. Oddly (at least to an individual with no modeling experience), models make appointments as easily as one might schedule a visit to the dentist; there appears to be little difficulty in getting agents to view a portfolio. Several women aren’t nearly tall enough (5’6 being the minimum height requirement, a minimum that seems laughable by today’s 5’11, Gisele-influenced standards) while others are advised to shoot a greater variety of photographs for their portfolio (softer, more dramatic, a touch of realism, etc.). Most noticeably, it’s a run of the mill interview—questions are asked about previous experience, and applicants calmly accept advice on where their specific “look” may earn them greater opportunities. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: If a bit of melodrama can be forgiven, Club 60 is an endearing film.
(gb) wrote: Great Concept.Modern Day Robin Hood!Biggest Pro: Re-watchableBiggest Con: More character development
(kr) wrote: That opening shot, it got me hooked, with the speed reading, has be scratching my head what is all about. It is definitely a film to catch if you get a chance.
(fr) wrote: A great movie to watch on ketamine, which I've done many of times
(nl) wrote: a great film about how we're all ants.
(fr) wrote: So, cinesthesia, two weeks in a row, shows sex against something else in a strage way that totally makes sense. This time, the sexual urges collide with cannibalism. Recently married Shane and June are on their honeymoon in Paris, but something more is obviously going on. Shane isn't totally normal. He says he's happy, but clearly he's got some issues. June goes to sleep on the plane and he goes to the restroom, long enough to have the flight attendant knocking on the door. The reason we get this sneaky suspicion is because it has been juxtaposed with the earlier scene about a girl, Core, who has eaten a man. She is a canibal. With this juxtaposition we think there might be something like that going on with Shane, but it's too soon to tell. As the film progresses we see that he can't have sex with June, and Core is wanting to have sex with Leo when he cleans her up the first time. What makes this film so brilliant is the way that Claire Denis tells the story with hardly any dialogue. You can piece together the film with what she gives you, but it's not poetically spoken or anything. Just normal dialogue. He speaks to lab assistants who worked with Leo and they tell him he left without notice or telling them where he went. Yes, it comes out finally that Shane has gone to Paris on his honeymoon to look for Leo and Core. But the two guys that have been staring outside up at Core's window finally get inside and one of the boy's has gone up to see her. But why?**SPOILERS**What I gather is that it's understood to the town that someone crazy lives there. The experiment is known to an underground group of people. So they are interested in this woman that is being locked up. Plus it fits the sexual theme of the film. One of these boys is so horny he is willing to rip off the boards of a violent woman's door to have sex with her. He gets what he deserves. But could he control it? Just like she can't control her urge to eat people when she gets horny? Just like Shane can't control his urge to eat his wife when they have sex, so he stops and jerks off instead. The scene shows her eating the boy eventually and looking very erotic while it's happening. Shane finds her bloody and the walls covered in the blood of the boy. He cries saying she's sick and suffocates her while she just tries to have sex with him. I wonder who would have ate whom first (kidding, we know she's further along). So what was this, an experiment in some kind of drug that led them to have the same changes, and he can feel himself changing? That's why he's searching these people down? I think this is what happened, but I might have missed them specifically saying it. Anyway, after Shane kills Core, I thought maybe he had cured himself in some strange way. But no, there was no metaphor of self healing there. Instead he goes back and has sex with the housekeeper, but before they get far he eats her vagina (and not in the sexual way). No, this man hasn't changed and he's not going to. That bite on June's arm is just a start of what's to come for her. I loved all of the closeups on the body. There is great detail all over the place. The storytelling could have been a tiny bit more clear for me, other than that I thought Trouble Every Day was amazing.
(ru) wrote: Undeniably one of the best spoof comedies in history.
(gb) wrote: I liked the first story but other than that it was kinda dumb. But the first one was creepy and fun to watch!
(gb) wrote: What book were y'all reading to make this movie!? What the actual f###!? It's a movie made up entirely of explainers.... But seriously lacking in a baseline plot to actually explain. Omg what is this ending!? Seriously, this movie was like a horrible cliff notes version and still missing pretty big details. Like, what?
(jp) wrote: Tuesday, March 1, 2011 (1979) The Onion Field DRAMA Based on an actual incident written by the book of the same name by Joseph Wambaugh about the shooting of an officer back in the year of 1963! With a running time of 126 minutes, this is more like two films where the film first introduces two groups of people, one group showcases a two petty thugs and the other has two poilce officers! Tensions erupt as soon as they criss cross each others paths, ending one officer's life with the other one nearly escaping from gunfire! The two thugs are then caught after the other officer escapes and was able to notify about the incident and they're eventually caught and brought to justice, originally sentencing them to death! The second story deals with the nearly escaped officer(exceptionally played by Ronny Cox) in the aftermath by coping with the loss and to get over it's trauma after witnessing the killing of his partner who he had built a rapport with, which could create suicidal tendacies and depression! While watching this, reminded me about every war veteran who're supposedly trained to overcome obstacles such as what this film has portrayed after forming a bond! Also here, are the convicts side of being sent to death row and how they can defeat that charge and settttle for life imprisonment! Wambaugh(author) also co-wrote his own screenplay for this film! 3 out of 4
(mx) wrote: Waterworld has some good action scenes but a lot of bad writing. As a whole however, it was just so-so.