"Memoirs of a Geisha" Movie Review Essay & Film Analysis

East - a delicate matter, and doubt like 'dictum' there is absolutely no possibility or even meaningless. Exotic, unusual, sometimes wild and strange, oriental cultural life has long been a subject of interest of ordinary European or western man, who willingly tried to attach to such beauty. Especially the example of the many filmmakers who, if not very often, it is enough not rarely try to learn the eastern soul, at least in his writings. Based on these reflections, the film directed by Rob Marshall is definitely one of the most revealing of all.
Frankly, for unknown reasons, postponed long enough view of this picture, but starting to look, I could not break away from the what is happening on the screen for a second. Enlisting the support of eminent creative director Steven Spielberg as a producer, director Rob Marshall took definitely the best film in his professional career. The film with a capital letter, which looks with great gusto, enjoyment and pleasure.
If you take as a whole, tonally and atmospherically this film directed by Rob Marshall fairly strongly resembles 'The Last Samurai' by Edward Zwick. When American filmmakers are trying in their capture and reflect their impressions about the spirit of the East. Hence, we can safely say that the expected dokumentalistichnosti in the reflection of Japanese culture, the spirit, the mentality and soul of the filmmakers expect stupid. However, even on the basis of a win-win formula for creating exciting Hollywood dramas and melodramas, ribbon makers sufficiently deeply and personally immerse the viewer into the world of skilled geisha, observe that very interesting.
film impresses with its incredible beauty, visual and compositional clarity. When technically the film is based is so great, though is the personification of the concept of 'work of art' as a whole. Moreover, only reinforcing that impression sumptuous soundtrack genius John Williams, who managed to save at the same time familiar to his creative style, but also quite an unusual way to beat the Oriental motifs in their work. As a result, we have one of the most beautiful, mental and touches the heart notes of soundtracks in history.
very history of painting at first glance, is a transposition of the cult 'Pretty Woman' Julia Roberts in Japan atmosphere of the 20s and perhaps is such for most final credits. But unlike the movie with Julia Roberts on the screen, the film directed by Rob Marshall is something much more than just another cute and cloying love story. Throughout the tape, we are witnessing the truly incredible transformation constrained, sassy, ​​saucy and seductive young Cio in, strong, confident and beautiful, not only externally but also spiritually geisha Sayyuri. We watch as experienced repeated blows of fate, encountering numerous obstacles surrounding her harsh life and pain, Sayyuri finds happiness. Let it not given to her easily and it is the main point indicative picture with a very flashy morality. You always have to enjoy life. Even when everything in your life goes wrong and because you did not plan this. After all, only it depends on you whether it will be worse or better. Including what will you adequately cope with the hardships of life, or gathered in the fetal position will expect regular beatings fate.
Definitely the main decoration of the film is excellent trio of main (dare I say it) superstars and possessions of Chinese cinema < b> Zhang Ziyi, Michelle Yeoh and Gong Li . Even if all the actresses are Chinese women, not of Japanese origin as the required film. Each of the actresses adequately embody their images on the screen and can even be safe to say that for each one of her role is perhaps even one of the best. Separately want to highlight the magnificent Ken Watanabe, which is little diversified dominantly matriarchal cast and gave an extremely interesting image on the screen
10 of 10
Memoirs of a Geisha -. This is a real movie, emotion, which looks with great pleasure, delight and a rare pleasure. Largely due to the fact that the creators of the tape have made the most important thing - whatever the viewer is not just willing to watch everything going on the eyes, but only the soul, and with all my heart. Hence it is not surprising that during the two hours of screen time a movie repeatedly touches the notes of soul, and after viewing the want 'repetition banquet' and the hand reaches for the replay button.

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