A Special Kind of Poignancy
Is it just me, or does this man have an infinite supply of seemingly watchable films? Each one of them looks totally fascinating and worth watching. Maybe it's the fact that Visconti's films are deep, complex, philosophizing, and unnerving; I guess that's precisely what's so attractive to the audience that he so spellbindingly attracts. Or maybe we all just enjoy seeing profound actors like Burt Lancaster, Dirk Bogarde and Helmut Berger littered throughout his"
It seems that boredom is one of the great discoveries of our time. If so, there's no question but that he must be considered a pioneer.
I think today there are too many directors taking themselves seriously; the only one capable of saying anything really new and interesting is Luis Bunuel. He's a very great director."
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