Although Women’s History Month has passed, that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t celebrate women artists.
So, here is a list of some of my favorite films made by female filmmakers.
“Virgin Suicide” – directed by Sofia Coppola
Set in suburban Michigan in the 1970s, “Virgin Suicides” tells the story of the Lisbon family, a family with five daughters.
The film explores the complex and mysterious nature of a girl from Lisbon as seen through the eyes of a group of neighborhood boys who are obsessed with her.
This is one of the best films ever made.
It does a great job of showing the issues teenage girls are dealing with in a suburban setting in this era.
Although it was made by a female filmmaker, the film is told from the perspective of the boys, who observe and create different ways of how girls without boys can relate to each other directly.
It shows how men look at women and create a vision in their head, how women act even without their knowledge. And the story is one of the most unique forms I’ve seen in a movie.
It’s unique, especially since it’s a movie made by a woman. It shows a male perspective on a female perspective, which I don’t see too often in film – creating a very interesting narrative effect.
Coppola is one of the best filmmakers working today. She has other critically acclaimed films like “Lost in Translation” and “Marie Antoinette”, but this one is probably my favorite of hers.
I don’t want to say too much about this movie because it’s good to come without expectations, but I definitely recommend it.
“American Psycho” – directed by Mary Harron
“American Psycho” follows Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale), a businessman in New York City in 1987. On the surface, he appears to be a normal yuppie in the late ’80s, but at night, his ego takes over as he kills various people. to the people He then faces paranoia after being investigated for the crimes.
This movie is already pretty cool in its own right, but I think it deserves a closer look, and it really benefits from having a female helmer.
He examines the male ego from a non-male perspective and captures it quite well. It also perfectly exemplifies both the results that arise from the male ego, insecurity and competitiveness – while also referring to the excesses of the business world in 1980s America.
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Bale gives perhaps the best performance of his career. He is already well-known for this role, but still deserves recognition.
It only matters in this operation, as long as we hold back enough. He is great in his role.
If you can digest intense sanity in certain scenes, express this one.
“The Matrix” – directed by Lana and Lily Wachowski
I don’t know if you get into sci-fi plots because it’s so familiar, but if you haven’t seen it, “The Matrix” tells the story of Neo (Keanu Reeves), a pirate. He who finds the truth is a sham. The secret hacks must be joined by a group of people to save humanity from secret agents who are trying to keep people asleep.
There’s not much to say about “The Matrix” that hasn’t already been said because it’s one of the most popular and popular movies of the past decade.
From the characters in stripped down jackets and sunglasses to the slow motion action scenes, the Wachowskis completely changed the game with this film, and its influence can be seen in so many other films.
I don’t know how many people haven’t seen this one, but if you haven’t, do it right away.
“Women Talking” – Directed by Sarah Polley
Sarah Polleys Academy Award-winning film is another great film to check out.
“Women Talking” follows various women in a Mennonite colony after they discover men drugging and sexually assaulting them. They decide to meet and discuss whether they should stay in the colony or not, whether they should stay, fight, or leave the colony.
I already reviewed this film last week, one of the 10 films nominated for Best Picture at this year’s Academy Awards, but I wanted to recommend it one more time because it had a great effect on me.
It shows how dialogue can reach a serious situation and various ideas are proposed on how to deal with the situation, but women can solve their problems through dialogue.
If you are interested in this film, I recommend watching it, as well as reading my review of it, which goes into it in a little more detail.
Check this one out because it’s going to be really fun.
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