Od novih saradnji najviđenijih street-style zvezda i omiljenih brendova, preko must-see TV serija i umetničkih izložbi koje jedva čekamo, do vodećih modnih dešavanja i trendova. Šta će u pogledu umetnosti, kulture i mode definisati godinu koja je tek počela?
Vreme za Goudea
Španski brend Desigual je u svoje kreacije uključio i gurua fotografije i grafičkog dizajna Jean-Paul Goudea za osveženje i restart u novoj godini, i zaista je učinio nešto neverovatno. Raznobojni paterni na koje smo navikli nikada nisu izgledali ovako chic.
Radoznalo i neobično
Klinci iz serije Stranger Things nisu jedini koji su otišli u Obrnuti svet: Nicolas Ghesquière će nas takođe odvesti tamo, jer kolekcija za proleće/leto 2018. donosi i ovakav komad koji na ultimativan način spaja visoku modu i popularnu kulturu. High and low je dobra kombinacija u 2018.
On Chesil Beach, adaptirana novela Iana McEwan, je predodređena da postane klasik i filmsko dostignuće nezaobilazno u 2018., kao i prethodni film Atonement, takođe po Ianovoj knjizi. Dok je u tom filmu imala samo sporednu ulogu, u novom ostvarenju Saoirse Ronan je zaista prava zvezda koja privlači svu pažnju.
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On Chesil Beach (2017, Dominic Cooke) Based on the Ian McEwan novella of the same name and set in the mid-1960s, this film follows young couple Florence (Saoirse Ronan) and Edward (Billy Howle) on their honeymoon at an oceanside resort, and over the course of a day their personal anxieties about marriage and intimacy are slowly revealed. The two most fundamental flaws in 'On Chesil Beach' is the script’s extreme flatness and the two lead characters. In addition to giving us no reason to care about them, the actors playing them have no chemistry – which is perhaps the point when it comes to their fear of sexual intimacy, but if that were the intention then the big emotional surges of the last twenty minutes would need far more provocation to make sense. The awkwardness is well directed by Cooke, but with its reasoning withheld like some cheap third-act twist, this shared uncomfortability with the characters ended up resulting in boredom for myself and uncomfortability in not walking out of the movie. I’m a huge fan of Saoirse Ronan, and she does have that old-English sense of properness that worked to her advantage in 'Atonement' (a film I adore), but here she is miscast. It never feels like she understands her character well enough to make her real or empathetic for the viewer. On a scripting level, I consider Ian McEwan as easily one of the greatest modern English novelists, and I imagine this story made a terrific novella, but it simply doesn't translate to film the way the screenplay is structured. It doesn't feel like it 'starts' at all; there seems to be one single confrontation or moment of drama in the entire film, which if multiplied by three or more would have make it much more watchable. ‘On Chesil Beach’ doesn’t have any huge flaws when it comes to craft or construction, it just lacks too many essential elements of forward-momentum to make it a compelling film. Rate: 6/10 #OnChesilBeach #IanMcEwan #BritishFilmFestival #SaoirseRonan #BillyHowle #DominicCooke #BritishFIlm #EmilyWatson #DramaFilm #PeriodFilm #LiteraryFilm #FilmAdaptation #Cinephile #MovieBuff #FilmReview #MovieReview #NewFilm #OzFilmReviewer #OnChesilBeachMovie