Begierde (1983)

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Begierde: Directed by Tony Scott. With Catherine Deneuve, David Bowie, Susan Sarandon, Cliff De Young. A love triangle develops between a beautiful yet dangerous vampire, her cellist companion, and a gerontologist.

“Before embarking onto this one, you must decide whether or not you enjoy films which look like a very extended (and quite expensive) MTV video clip of the early to mid 80u0026#39;s. If you donu0026#39;t, donu0026#39;t bother with this, itu0026#39;ll probably annoy you greatly. If you do, youu0026#39;re in for an indulgent visual ride and great entertainment, because every frame in Tony Scottu0026#39;s cult classic is carefully planned, beautifully orchestrated and wonderfully filmed – from the iconic opening sequence through to the heavily filtered last shot, itu0026#39;s polished until it gleams. Production design is given full reign and is faultless – the sets, lighting and costumes work fabulously with the soundtrack and the editing, creating a very recognisable style which is a genuine product of the trend aesthetics of the decade in question. And thereu0026#39;s an added bonus of knowing use of music – this being the film that u0026quot;relaunchedu0026quot; the Delibesu0026#39; Lakme aria, paving the way for it becoming a monster classipop hit it is today. The film also employs Ravel at his most frozenly emotional,and, to stunning effect, Deneuve at arguably her most frozenly beautiful. One of those films remembered for perfectly encapsulating the visual style of its times.”


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