It's funny how obsessive people can get over a movie, take me as an example.
I was watching "Sedmikrásky (Daisies)" by Czech New Wave director, Vera Chytilová', the other night,
and as soon as the first scene starred, I found myself to be print-screening non-stop all the way.
I think I spent two whole days, making animated gifs and photos from this movie, I swear time just goes by too fast when you are passionately devoting yourself to something...
Help yourself with those visual desserts of the day ♥♥♥
The movie follows two teenage girls, Marie and Marie, whom decided that since the world is going bad, they might as well go bad. As they go on series of adventure, generally causing mayhem, they question their own existence, and the courrosive world against them. They have expensive meals with old men and abandon them as soon as they are satisfied, they set fires, destroy banquet, dance on tables, and swing on chandelier....I mean, that's just so bad ass right?
Sedmikrásky is witty, funny, political, feminist, avant-garde, surreal, and possibly the most delicious visual feast all at once. Even though those girls are like, really, really, bratty and selfish, I still think they are super adorable. I cant help but wonder if they are representation of young existentialists though!
"Do we exist?" "Does it matter?"
"Why do you want us to go bad?"
"You know we are still maturing."
The old man whips his forehead with a white hanky.
Roses + Green Apples
Stockings + Milk Spills
Butterflies + Fire
* god I love the scenes with food *
you can watch the entire movie on youtube, here.