02024-01-31 | Movies | 0 comments

Before leaving for Japan I had Hulu for a couple of months. I canceled that service at the end of October. This month I am signed up for Mubi. I’ll keep switching between different services. They all have something I want to see. On Mubi I saw Fallen Leaves. Finnish movie by Aki Kaurismäki. Ozu meets Jim Jarmusch meets Wes Anderson. Very good. I also loved What Do We See When We Look at the Sky, a Georgian film. Three hours long with great photography. No shaky hand-held Hollywood camera work that is supposed to show emotion or excitement. Beautifully framed images shot on tripod. I suppose the movie was slow but the coloring of the film and the framing was so gorgeous… it could have been even longer and slower for me. :-) 

Just in time to celebrate my birthday tomorrow (JK), Mubi will have a sale for new subscribers that starts on Friday. Three months for $1. This could be your chance to check out Mubi. Oh, this is also where you can watch Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda (I mentioned it before).


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