i can make a psychological drama on you with a sad ending and try with the filmschool again
Psychological drama with a sad ending can open all the doors for you in this country.
are you an artist?
or more like... organizator rozmieszczenia instalacji sanitarnych w budynkach użyteczności publicznej
(sorry no idea how it would be called in english
There are artists in my profession but I'm closer to the latter.
He is an ar*-hitec-*ist. Could also be an anarchist or Anti-Christ.
, but you got carried away with all three
Really liked the movie too - it has a star studded British cast and is beautifully shot in Rajasthan. The only low-light is the character of the main caretaker of the hotel (he is the lead in Slumdog M ) - could not stand his overacting in the movie.
I don't think he knows any other way.
Look, I'm not a fan of comics at all - I don't see the point in reading comics or graphic ""novels"" when there are real novels to read. I never read any of the Batman comics and never will, never watched the cartoons, am not into the action figures or whatever, only watched the Tim Burton Batman movies and the Schumacher one. But the whole point to Nolan's franchise is that the films transcend the source material's comic book origins. I watch a lot of movies based on comic books and none of them get to me on an intellectual and emotional level as much as Nolan's Batman films do. Superhero movies are usually entertaining and fun, like the Avengers and the new Spiderman movie were. How many of them are actually entertaining and intelligent? How many of them actually have a protagonist who is as well thought out, developed and acted as Bruce Wayne is in Nolan's films?
Agreed that most graphic novels are certainly graphic but too often not novels enough. The stroylines, the plots, the dialogues may be a bit disappointing, especially in relation to usually very nice graphic content. What pisses me off about graphic novels is that they tend to be wayyyy too autobiographical (autographical?) and memoirish, the artists look too much into their selves and there's not enough real creation with the storylines.
But there are some great ones too, like Jason Lutes' "Berlin" series.