Cast: Hugh Jackman, Rachel Weisz, Ellen Burstyn, Mark Margolis
Directed by Darren Aronofsky
Brave and beautiful, ‘The Fountain’ is one of the most amazing and wonderful films I have ever seen in my life. This experimental narrative impresses and delights. This is an organic record of this kind for director Darren Aronofsky … and really greet everyone involved in the making of this movie.
I think this is the most personal movie review I’ve done so far …
Beyond being an audio-visual masterpiece, this full human, surrealistic and persistent film development unleashes a world of visionary art that not only stimulates the eyes and ears – it is about the same meaning as a human being until it reaches the core of the soul. A disturbing and extraordinary journey that takes a viewer in different places and levels of consciousness, ‘The Fountain’ addresses a metaphysical, emotional and spiritual subject using an instinctive human language of pure cinematographic poetry. In fact, this film is given a mystical, surprising and evocative experience.
I know this movie will have no impact on the fact that every person seems to hit me, but surely at some point, anyone who sees this movie will knock on the door of their soul … with lingering questions about love, Life and death … some people behind me at the movies call it a strange reality. Maybe it is … and maybe they share the same wavelength with a vision of this kind, so I liked it so much … but with all conviction, I think yes a person opens their mind to the ‘stupidity’ that They call cinematographic poem surely hitting the subconscious of a miraculous transcendence. This will allow the viewer to ask, ask questions and evaluate the polls answered / has done since childhood … The film will not impose a concrete answer – but the magic is that it reminds the viewer and absorb the experience of thinking and acting Of the most important things of this life, by obtaining concrete answers to unanswered questions from time immemorial.
‘The Fountain’ is a meditation film. Some may find a soothing and soothing meditation on love and life, life and death, struggle and acceptance, at the beginning and at the end. It works on many levels. However, there is a perfect consistency in the direction of the Aronofsky imaging. With careful and artistic hand, he painted additional images and scenes that are meant to invoke feelings rather than draw concrete conclusions. It has an incredibly unified oriented oriented history. Moreover, “The Fountain” is an experimental narrative with elements of experimental film that evokes the right emotions and causing a stream of consciousness of its metaphysical aspects to convey your message and promote cinematic experience that is. In fact, this film about the struggle of humanity crazy to find a cure for transient test of man is a powerful and attractive mortality and loss in a fantasy science fiction tissue. And the film makes its own representation in the treatment of this idea: “Life is short, and therefore, we must take full advantage and, at the same time, live by the values we learn, and finally we will find contentment With what has always been stored by us … ”
The splendid visuals, sound and music, charming history, tense action, a powerful management … together form this masterpiece. Each rhymes of images and visual metaphors, each beat and the real film unit carefully strung to give a ray of soul and your life surveys – their only idea may exceed the limits of human understanding; But your emotional strength is truly effective in linking this mystical and spiritual experience.