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A Closed Door That Leaves Us Guessing So, that's a director. You, who are beginning to make films, you must keep a bit of The Tramp in you, and you must have begun already to have a bit of A Countess from Hong Kong in you too. You must always have the extreme youth of The Tramp that wants to speak against society, that we're on the street, that we have the sky and belong to mankind, and you must have begun already to have a bit of A Countess from Hong Kong, being very old and a bit bitter. That, in order to say as he does in that film, that society has let go of him, that it doesn't take an interest in him any more. Here, perhaps it's different in Japan, because the Japanese relationship with old age is completely different. As Deleuze put it very well: an old man is not only somebody who is just old, and is only that, he's also someone who has been released by society.
Jean Simmons and Marlon BrandoDeborah Ke Ingrid Bergman Jean Simmons and Marlon Brando Deborah Kerr Film review: Bright Star "The beginning of your poem has something very perfect," says Keats's lover, Fanny Brawne, of his Endymion – before complaining that the rest of it isn't nearly as good. Tactfully, Jane Campion allows us to understand that this is not so much a criticism of Keats's poetry but his life, in fact all our lives. They are finest at the beginning and careless youth is an Endymion moment, a blaze of perfection and rightness, destined to decay with adulthood's compromises and responsibilities. With this account of John Keats's love affair with Fanny Brawne, played by Ben Whishaw and Abbie Cornish, Campion has made a fine and even ennobling film: defiantly, unfashionably about the vocation of romantic love. She has Whishaw and Cornish actually recite poetry – which, for most actors, is as difficult as walking on your hands or juggling with knives – and even proposes a kind of secular martyrdom for them in the movie's final act.