Rooney Mara and Casey Affleck in teaser for Ain’t Them Bodies Saints Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus Share Share on Pinterest Share Send email Mail (thanks to Paddy M at ScreenOnScreen) May 24, 2013 0 Comments Ryan Adams Posted in NewsTrailersVideo Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus Share Share on Pinterest Share Send email Mail Ron Howard’s Rush, teaser trailer 2 May 24, 2013 0 Comments Marion Cotillard in two clips from James Gray̵... May 24, 2013 0 Comments About author Ryan Adams Related Posts 0 Comments BEST DIRECTORFOREIGN LANGUAGEInterviewsNews Interview: Inside Xavier Dolan’s End of the World – A Francophile’s Dream Read more 0 Comments BEST ART DIRECTIONBEST DIRECTORBEST PICTUREInterviewsNewsProduction Design Interview: Ruth De Jong on How the Town of Cape Ann Gave Manchester by the Sea Its Authenticity Read more 0 Comments 89th Academy AwardsContender TrackerNews 20 Contenders Advance in VFX Oscar Race Read more 0 Comments NewsTop Ten Lists Peter Travers’ Top 10 Movies of 2016 Read more Tags Ain't Them Bodies SaintsCasey AffleckRooney Mara Paddy Mulholland As always, you iz welcomes! TY for the mention 🙂 Joao Mattos Very impressive and also very annoying. In both cases a vibe of “Badlands” for the new millenium, which no matter is the result is , it’s a compliment. Ryan Adams I thought the same thing, Joao. But let’s not forget that Badlands itself is a descendant of Nicholas Ray’s They Live By Night, Arthur Penn’s Bonnie and Clyde and Robert Altman’s Thieves Like Us. Young Lovers On The Run is a sub-genre of noir that has always been more poetically tragic because the doomed romance doesn’t usually involve betrayal like regular noir. Joao Mattos Oh yeah, Ryan, totally agree. But something in the lightning of the scenes of the trailer, specifically remind me of Malick first work. And I like this movie mythology so much that I couldn’t understand why (at least here in Brazil) nobody made a retrospective of these films. Hey, wait a minute, I could try it 🙂 Ryan Adams You should put one of those retrospectives together! Maybe include Marcelo Piñeyro’s Burnt Money just to mix it up. Just don’t quote me wrongly saying that Badlands is a descendant of Thieves Like Us. Since Badlands was 1973 and Thieves was 1974, at best they can be called cousins. Are there many Brazilian films like this that you can recommend? (Godard’s Bande à part !) Bryce Forestieri Looong history! Fritz Lang’s YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE from the early 30’s and there’s another “interesting” one with my fling from another lifetime young Jean-Paul Belmondo with that god-awful collage filmmaker! Bryce Forestieri OT: When is Sony releasing the AMOUR Blu-ray? As far as I know there isn’t even a set date! Ryan Adams Gun Crazy! The Getaway Joao Mattos Not a great fan of Piñeyro, but Plata Quemada movie by him, probably because is based on a Ricard Piglia (cool writer). Eduardo Noriega should be more famous. Joao Mattos The recente Schwarzenegger flick (“The Last Stand”) in which he was the villain was a delicious exploitation mess, but was a major flop. It’s curious: Brazil has some good road movies, but no Young Lovers in the Run, as far as I can remember, right now. Sugarland Express A polish movie that a saw 15 years ago. The name I can remember right now. Love and a 45. (a piece of crap, but it’s the first movie that I saw with Renée Zellweger) Ryan Adams “A polish movie that a saw 15 years ago. The name I can remember right now.” Joao, Was it an older film? Could be Night Train, 1959? Excellent! Joao Mattos No. I’m almost sure that the movie came from Poland. 100% sure it’s from a Eastern or Central country. It was made somewhere between 95-97, maybe 98 (but not after that) and I saw one year after the release on a festival here. Other things that I’m sure about. – There is a girl, late teens, early adulthood years. Short hair, redhead. – A guy,bald, mid 20’s. – Other guy, late 20’s, early 30’s. I have doubts about it, can’t remember precisely: – If the dudes are a couple. I guess they were. – If menáge à trois between them. – The girl uses most of the time, during the road trip, a yellow dress. Goddamnit, right now I desperately want to remember the name. I’m spending a few days out of home, came back next Tuesday. Whern i return, will search all my catalogs to discover the title. Andre Ryan, though there are few plot similarities, I wholeheartedly recommend that you watch “Lavoura Arcaica” (“To the Left of the Father” in english). beautifully poetic film. Ryan Adams The 1959 Night Train is a Polish film. I can’t remember the Polish title. Pogliak or something. I’ll look it up when I am not on mobile. But that’s not the one you mean, so my guess is still wrong. Wait… Polish girl, yellow dress, menáge à trois… I know! Sophie’s Choice! Mel At the very least, this is going to be beautiful to watch.