Post by notoriousnobbi on May 18, 2017 11:49:45 GMT
In my German arthouse cinema we often present those little gems coming from GB - and "Locke" had been intense - not because of what happens but because of what might happen. A movie that intensifies the daily struggle between private life and work life, between responsibility for the company You are working for, the responsibility for colleagues and subordinates and the responsibilities for Your wife, children and others as well, the responsibilities for things You do and things You don't do, the responsibilities for rules You brake and rules You don't brake - without dramatizing too much.
And about situations where anyone of us can get into deep deep trouble despite of the hardest work and the best intentions.
I will never want to watch a review with that crappy voice. You need a better angle.
You know everything is not an anecdote. You have to discriminate. You choose things that are funny or mildly amusing or interesting. You're a miracle! Your stories have NONE of that. They're not even amusing ACCIDENTALLY! "Honey, I'd like you to meet Del Griffith, he's got some amusing anecodotes for you. Oh and here's a gun so you can blow your brains out. You'll thank me for it."