L'annuale supercut di David Ehrlich che raccoglie il meglio uscito al cinema nel 2017.
Over the last 12 months, the world seemed to be changing faster than ever, and not for the better. At a time when every day felt like a week, and every week felt like a year, watching a movie felt like a dangerous proposition; you had no idea what the world was going to look like when you walked out of the theater two hours later. Even the most immersive films couldn't always keep that anxiety at bay, these dark thoughts seeping into even darker rooms and transforming these sacred spaces into elaborate Rorschach tests that tricked us into seeing whatever was scaring us most at that particular moment, or whatever might be needed to give us hope. It was a heightened stretch unlike any in recent memory, but the best films ultimately did what the best films always do: They brought the world into focus, showed it from a fresh sonspective, and reminded us that we’re not alone.
Continuing a new tradition that seems well-suited for a time when everything feels slightly out of focus and it's hard to get a grasp on the big picture, I've distilled each of my 25 favorite films of the year into a single memorable moment. Continuing a different, slightly older tradition, I've also edited those moments into a giant supercut that looks back at the year in cinema and counts down my personal highlights.
Il cinema racchiude in se molte altre arti; così come ha caratteristiche proprie della letteratura, ugualmente ha connotati propri del teatro, un aspetto filosofico e attributi improntati alla pittura, alla scultura, alla musica.