“13 Reasons Why” é chocante, mas ver o
Jornal Opção“13 Reasons Why” é chocante, mas ver o sofrimento humano retratado pelo olhar de crianças choca muito maisJornal OpçãoUma delas é “Para Sempre Lilya”. Baseado em fatos reais, o filme sueco de 2002 dirigido por Lukas Moodysson, um dos expoentes do cinema escandinavo, fala sobre a vida de uma adolescente de 16 anos que mora no subúrbio da antiga União Soviética.
Posted on 30 April 2017 | 6:21 am
The woman who changed a film industry -
Bendigo AdvertiserThe woman who changed a film industryBendigo AdvertiserIt's the film industry that produced the master director Ingmar Bergman and such internationally acclaimed talents as Lasse Hallstrom???, Lukas Moodysson??? and Roy Andersson???. The industry responsible for such striking films as The Girl With The ...
Posted on 24 April 2017 | 2:21 am
Anna Serner: the woman who changed a film
The Sydney Morning HeraldAnna Serner: the woman who changed a film industryThe Sydney Morning HeraldSince she took over as head of the Swedish Film Institute, the country has become a world leader for women in film.and more »
Posted on 24 April 2017 | 2:10 am
Girls Lost review – a pointed, complicated
The GuardianGirls Lost review – a pointed, complicated trans identity parableThe GuardianTeen-angst drama merges with trans identity parable in this pointed fantasy movie from suburban Sweden. It could remind you of Tomas Alfredson's Let the Right One In or Lukas Moodysson movies such as Show Me Love and We Are the Best! Three teenage ...
Posted on 3 November 2016 | 3:15 pm
The Commune review – the more the merrier?
The GuardianThe Commune review – the more the merrier?The GuardianMore heavy-handed than Lukas Moodysson's similarly themed Together, less abrasively confrontational than The Idiots by fellow Dogme 95 signatory Lars von Trier, The Commune is slightly melodramatic in its exploration of the emotional fallout when an ...
Posted on 31 July 2016 | 12:00 am
Lukas Moodysson’s film about three teenage
Was this one instance when it was important to be liked? Lukas Moodysson laughs. The couple appreciated she’d made a wonderful book they both liked but he had turned it into something else. “It’s not like the film is the perfect version of the book ...
Posted on 16 September 2014 | 1:00 pm
A Sweet, Innocent Movie About Punk Fuckin'
Movies about kids fail because adults refuse to remember both the worst and best parts of being a child. Swedish director Lukas Moodysson probably confronted a lot of negativity when he decided to adapt his wife Coco Moodysson's graphic novel Never ...
Posted on 10 June 2014 | 6:00 pm
A Girls' Punk Rock Band
Lukas Moodysson’s We Are the Best! (Vi är bäst!) starts on a scene showing the adult world and then zooms in to find its barely-teenage protagonists. This visual technique, used several times, locates Bobo (Mira Barkhammar) in a sea of guests mingling ...
Posted on 30 May 2014 | 12:45 am
Anatomy of a Scene: Video of ‘We Are the
Lukas Moodysson narrates a sequence from his feature. Anatomy of a Scene Directors offer behind-the-scenes narration on their films. In this video, the director Lukas Moodysson narrates a sequence from “We Are the Best!,” a film set in 1982 about three ...
Posted on 29 May 2014 | 9:07 am
'We Are the Best!' an exuberant punk rock
If ever a movie earned the exclamation point in its title, it's Lukas Moodysson's "We Are the Best!" Bursting with the energy of adolescence, the story of three young female punkers feels practically revolutionary in its joy, a departure from the ...
Posted on 29 May 2014 | 4:44 am