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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Nicolò Musiani's rating of the film Alps

    Never really explicitly shows anything true about the characters

  2. Scott Lees's rating of the film Alps

  3. ASHES IN THE HOURGLASS's rating of the film Alps

    I stopped after 40 minutes. Someone please explain to me what is so interesting about his films.

  4. in Bristol with a pistol's rating of the film Alps

    очень хорошо, даже получше "клыка"

  5. Enkiled's rating of the film Alps

    "Prea inteligent ca sa fie bun"

  6. sashmere's rating of the film Alps

    I really loved the premise and had so many expectations going in.

  7. Chris Molina's rating of the film Alps

    La idea de vivir una vida que nos es impuesta por distintos factores sociales nos lleva a olvidarnos de lo que nosotros queremos, obligandonos poco a poco a dejar de ser nosotros mismos. Rescato el contraste con la chica gimnasta, quien se empeña en forjar su propia identidad al seguir sus sueños; a tal grado que de no lograrlo, prefiere morir en lugar de tener una vida carente de existencia.

  8. Rodrigo Ch Montaña's rating of the film Alps

    La idea de los Alps que "suplantan" al que muere parece no encuadrar sólidamente en la narrativa, sin embargo esta propuesta parece nutrirse de esas opacidades para sugerir una vivencia inquietante de temas indefinibles como la muerte y la soledad. Lxs Alps no suplantan, sus vidas paradójicamente necesitan ser suplantadas por la existencia que deja la muerte para tener un sentido: no están preparadxs para el "pop".

  9. Christopher M. Jones's rating of the film Alps

    Lanthimos' most austere picture and (probably not coincidentally) also his most tonally complex. This feels like the type of joint that will only get better with repeated viewings.

  10. Mr.Rager's rating of the film Alps

    Descending from the greek philosophers, Yorgos Lanthimos approached another interesting and weird subj. in this unsettling movie experience. A perfect companion for Dogtooth, Alps is another theses about the complexity of human behavior, about the boundaries between what's normal and what might be considered peculiar and exaggerated. Plus much more about grieving, losing identity, losing touch of real life. 7.25

  11. Flor Garrido's rating of the film Alps

    At least for me, this is his worst film. Unfortunately a good idea that ended being pretentious and boring.

  12. Iulian's rating of the film Alps

  13. Andrea Greco's rating of the film Alps

  14. dionysus67's rating of the film Alps

    De-dramatization (Brechtean or not) works best when filmmakers ensure that mise-en-scène is semantically richly textured or/and that shots contain iconically strong material. In 'Alps' this does not happen -except a couple of cases- with result that the aphasic breach with realism fails to dig deeper into the latter's psychological bedrock, offering instead a lifeless pseudo-formalism of surrogate intersubjectivity.

  15. bryanvmh's rating of the film Alps

  16. Alex's rating of the film Alps

    I think this is the second Greek film I've seen on MUBI that is deliciously weird, sometimes almost incomprehensibly so. This film took a darker turn than I expected. Loss, grief, violence. And one woman's desperate struggle to belong gone berserk. There was a moment, though, when I thought the entire film might have been written just to express denial that Prince is dead. I feel that.

  17. bambamske's rating of the film Alps

  18. St.Just's rating of the film Alps

  19. Tommy Fantini's rating of the film Alps

    A courageous, a film made of actors / people, spectators / actors, a film that makes us think if we are all actors of ourselves for others or even for ourselves? who we are?

  20. Shahin Katila's rating of the film Alps

  21. Sara Facchini's rating of the film Alps

  22. Kevin Matthews's rating of the film Alps

    More wonderful darkness from Yorgos Lanthimos, this time looking at grief and a group of people who start a business trying to help those who have recently lost a loved one by providing them with an impersonation of that person. Strange, twisted, brilliant, there's a lot to enjoy here if you're a fan of the director.

  23. MANY THINGS's rating of the film Alps

    interesting concept, no deep connection. nice dance at the end

  24. Daniel Thomas Freeman's rating of the film Alps

    Yorgos has come a long way since this - I love the Lobster, Sacred Deer and The Favourite and Dogtooth was a great debut ... but I found this very slow and hard work. Glimmers of the following films and definitely original but perhaps best viewed as a work in progress.

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