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Review On Youth Movie

Youth movie

WHAT’S THE NAME OF THE MOVIE?

Youth

WHO DIRECTED THE MOVIE?

Paolo Sorrentino

WHAT’S THE GENRE OF THIS MOVIE?

Dramatic

WHO CAN WATCH THAT MOVIE?

As there are scenes of nudity, very slight x scene (in the woods) and some inappropriate language, it would fit a mature audience, which is the number 18.

WHERE AND WITH WHOM TO WATCH IT?

Well it can be watched when your alone, with a glass of wine and some peanuts, or perhaps some candies or whatever. It would also have been great if you watch it with your significant other, while having a great intellectual conversation on the theme of the movie and why not talking about your future holidays in the magnificent Suisse Alps (how cute). But it should be noted that it’s not a cool movie to watch with friends or among family members (because scenes nudity).

WHICH ACTOR’S OR ACTRESS PERFORMANCE HAVE YOU LOVED THE MOST?

To me everyone was well fitted in their roles, but I have really loved the performance of Jane Fonda, where she even received an Oscar at the 2015 Hollywood Films Awards for best supporting actress, and which she has amply merited.

Actress Jane Fonda in the movie Youth
The sublime Jane Fonda

AND WHAT CAN BE SAID ABOUT THE ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK OF YOUTH ?

Well, If you want to be infused with rhythms that will appease all of your stressed veins system, or create an audible picture of what will be the soothing image that will make you travel in a world of tranquility and peace, then prepare your ears for the music that can be the ultimate cataclysm in your world of sensory taste which is classical music. Yep the original soundtrack of the movie Youth is a beautiful classical piece that’s called ‘Simple Song Number 3’, written and composed by American composer David lang and sung by  by South Korean singer Sumi Jo.

Here is an extract of that beautiful song:
I feel complete
I lose all control
I lose all control
I respond
I feel chills
I break I know all those lonely nights
I know all those lonely nights
I know everything
I lose all control
I get a chill
I know all those lonely nights
I die I hear all that is left to be heard
I wish you would never stop
I’ve got a feeling I live there
I live for you now
I leave no sense behind
I feel complete
I’ve got a feeling I wish you’re moving like rain
I’ll be there I lose all control
When you whisper my name…

And here is the song taken from YouTube:

 

Also a music extracted from the movie that I personally cherish: 

Youth Movie Review

SO HERE IS A LITTLE REVIEW OF THE MOVIE YOUTH FROM MY OWN POINT OF VIEW.

The story of the movie Youth takes place in a luxurious therapeutic center with main protagonists, a retired well known maestro (An ageing Michael Caine, looking more healthy and sexier than ever) and a famous scenarios (Harvey Keitel). In this dramatic movie that has delighted my sight view, we are introduced to some enigmatic individuals that unveils their personages gradually as you go through the movie. In an artistic atmosphere that relates to music, art and everything beautiful, the cinephiles are visually indulge into perceiving a world beyond fame, power and money—where individuals have to dwell with hardships and internal invisible afflictions, things that sometimes we tend to forget about celebrities or fortunate ones, it’s that they also have their load of troubles.

The movie Youth needs a standing ovation for the concept of such a beautiful movie where the young ones meets the elderly, where revelations encounters secrecy, where the broken hearted stumble upon hope, where expectations come across truth, where impossibility confronts possibility.

To sum it all, Youth is an appealing movie full of beauty and sensibility, while also being an intellectual and philosophical delicacy for movie addicts that are looking for a new sight experience.

 

 

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