My good friends at Where You Watch wrote a very in depth overview of all of Terrence Malick’s film’s.
I’m personally not the biggest fan of his films, so I can’t say that I agree with everything in this article, but it is extremely well written and gives some very interesting insights into his filmography.
Here’s a teaser:
A complete insight into one of the greatest directors of our time, Terrence Malick
By A. Woodward, D. Jenkins, M. Conteryo, C Marley. via LWL.
Many of Malick’s titles are available on Criterion. And on various torrent and streaming sites. So before we continue into Malick’s films – No torrent, magnet link or stream will do his titles justice. Please consider the Criterion Collection’s BluRays if you can afford them. Now, onto Badlands.
- Days of Heaven
- The Thin Red Line
- The New World
- The Tree of Life
- To The Wonder
- Knight of Cups
- Voyage of Time
- Song to Song
- A Hidden Life
“He was handsomer than anybody I’d ever met. He looked just like James Dean.”
To 15-year-old Holly Sargis (Sissy Spacek), the sun rises and sets on Kit Carruthers (Martin Sheen). He’s a misfit, a 25-year-old garbage collector with an abundance of peculiarities, delusions of grandeur, and no moral compass. And he does, indeed, look like James Dean.
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