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  • Written by Dejamort on 27.02.2017

    "Nocturnal Animals" proves us that Tom Ford makes up his cinema as he would make him with a garment! It is indeed the fashion design of the cinematographic art, both in its astonishing construction and in its accomplished and particularly looked aestheticism... It is almost a work of painter of which it is a question here, by shots, photos of incredible spaces, as well pure, contemporary and almost frozen inside which oppose magnificent raw landscapes of profound Texas. But all this is without taking into account this famous skillful scenario, which makes confront itself, and even crowd itself a violent and uncontrolled fiction in an orderly, orderly and moderate reality, the interaction of which becomes disturbing and mesmerizing!
    Pass of the one in the other one becomes almost an (experimen in ioneself, so much the echo of the novel has an impact on the reality which goes out of depth, which vacillates completely, what translates perfectly Amy Adam into more convincing, destabilized woman this time in gallery owner disenchanted, caught up by values that it refused and avoided from all part, formated in an artificial world... It is indeed, this novel writes by Edward her ex-husband, who will be with hindsight, an essential revelation for him... And moreover all the strength of the movie in David Lynch's influences, is very there!
    To paint the portrait of this man who reappears in his life, US Tom Ford of terribly ingenious mechanisms. He stages him through two characters, real and fictional among whom these two facets will ring with crash in Susan's life, like a game of the cat which manhandles its mouse. To do it, Jake Gyllenhaal is simply fabulous in a composition which goes of the total dejection to a raving and desperate madness, without forgetting Michael Shannon who in this mutual collection, accompanies him by putting off the track him in a incredible way! A very beautiful rather magic movie and in the multiple questions, which takes audacious and certain risks in to disrupt us, but here in the best sense of the word

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