How it is possible that the music is aduee of your torrente sanguneo and achieve. In 2017 year I will participate in two. Tuesday, January 24, 2017. NosVAmosAlCine and Billboard we have a Film of Animation. The circus of strangers. Film for terrible days. Spotlight. USA, 2. Address: Tom Mc. Carthy. Cast: Michael Keaton (Walter Robinson), Mark Ruffalo (Mike Rezendes), Rachel Mc. Adams (Sacha Pfeiffer, Brian DArcy James (Matt Carroll), Liev Schreiber (Marty Baron), John Slattery (Ben Bradley), Stanley Tucci (Mitchell Garabedian), Jamey Sheridan (Jim Sullivan), Billy Crudup (Eric Mc. Leish), Neal Huff (Phil Saviano), Jimmy. Blanc (Patrick Mc. Sorley), Michael Cyril Creighton (Joe Crawley). Screenplay: Josh Singer, Tom Mc. Carthy. Music: Howard Shore. Montage: Tom Mc. Ardles. In a watch tower neighbor. George Cukor and. Photography: Masanobu Takanayagi. Artistic Direction: Mychaela Chayne, Vanessa Knoll Shane Vieau. Color. INTRODUCTION. The summer of 2. 00. Boston was warm and rainy. The people walked carefree through the streets. In the Boston Globe a change is made. El Times has bought the newspaper and the old director retires. For the rest, everything is decently mediocre. News minor, baseball. The research team, called spotlight (something as well as in the lampstand), formed by four people. Think about this: when you give away a watch will not only give the watch that meet very happy and I hope it will last because it is good. And then it was to get home and watch some film. January 30, 2017. The circus of strangers. A film that was born for the glory. Charles Foster Kane. A crazy trip of bread and circus by the waters of the Caribbean to the ms pure american style. Recopilacin of movies that reflect the calamities which it suffers to be humanano by the crisis economic, the turbulence in the financial markets, the cheating. Walter Robinson, the boss, a fifty year old that moves well between the high areas of the city; Mike Resendes, a bostonian of Portuguese origin, hyperactive, and committed journalist of race; Matt Carroll, the intellectual of the group. Their desire is to be a writer, and Sacha Pfeiffer, the younger, empathetic and skillful, enthusiastic, and has the journalism to his table of salvation. Are these four people (with a few years more). Boston-life is linear. Hierarchies are very defined. Just nothing happens. Nobody reads the local newspapers. Always bring the same thing. And at the apex of the pyramid is the church. All in Boston (you know, a city founded by settlers, irish catholics, radicals) passes through the sieve of the curia. The curia is, let's say, the catholic god on earth. But everything changes when the new director: Marty Baron. The Times moved from Miami. A radical change. A jew, he does not like baseball and it shows a reserved, shy. In the editorial questioning your sexuality (you know: religion and sexuality. In a meeting writing dropped that in an opinion column of a newspaper child is passed over a possible case of abuse of minors by a priest in Boston. Yes, it is something that happened in his time. Even started an oral hearing but the case was not over. The lawyer of the alleged victims had not found substantial evidence to prosecute the cure (the so-called case Porter) and the topic was closed. Baron insists: he directs the case to the group Spotlight. Biography Movies Watch 120 Beats Per Minute (2017). It begins there, in that late spring of 2. Research, research, research. With his fourth film, Tom Mc. Carthy is tearing up the corduroy in the united States, where the Spotlight is already considered one of the best movies of the year. Has triumphed at the Golden Globes and six Oscar nominations. However, in Spain, in which we are accustomed to films or tv series about journalists to be of all less about journalists (which if jammed between them, if not. If we raised to detach ourselves from this aspect frivolous, and focus on the plot, we could enjoy more of the Spotlight. And is that the movie is going to journalists. I really like this genre. Journalism is, or has been, my guild. In this profession, even the news more banal becomes the center of your life. And that is not very well picked up in the movie. I really like how it is rebuilt the newsroom, impersonal, small, and in which windows play a major role (there's always that to look to see it). I like how he distributes the work, as the lives of journalists is reduced to dates and hours dates and hours dates and hours. The time changes for a journalist. I like that all the time you see the watch of Michael Keaton (who embodies the head of the group). Use shirts with sleeves, loose-fitting, so that with a simple elbow flexion the watch is discovered. The clock, if you're a journalist, it is your god. I like that Sacha, the courageous journalist, a limit on in-house and wash the dishes. That Resendes, able to sleep in the hall of the courthouse to be the first to get the news, to feed of scraps or a couple of cooked sausages. I like to be in the midst of divorce proceedings. I like that Matt den four in the morning unable to sleep. I like that Walter Robinson has a photograph of his wife on the desk. All that is excellently told in the Spotlight. So is the profession more bitch and fascinating in the world. I like, also, the planning of the film. I like planes in general, when working in a group and the shorts as you move the film, and the seed of uncovering something very big is going to grow in each one of the reporters. I like that you give the feeling that the journalist is that person which, by a tacit agreement, between the up and the down, perhaps to transform it, but never (or should be) to keep. I like how you are going to weave together the research. How data leads to another, as a comment it comes to a track, how in an old volume condemned to the basement is extracted pure gold. I like the commitment of all of them. However, there are two things that I don't like: I think that Michael Keaton, deadpan and awkward movements, it slows down the power acting of the film (which is a lot). And I don't like that, after a roaring start, with a montage endiablado (flat against flat, the camera to the height of the eyes of the beholder. Will subtract emotion to the film, slows the pace and, in addition, it confuses the viewer. I think of All the Men of the President, the Spotlight baby clearly, and the finding of script of grafting planes with the names of the persons investigated, by way of clarification for the viewer. Or that Dustin Hoffmann and Robert Redford will spend the movie saying the names aloud, so that the viewer does not miss. That I lack in Spotlight. And also something of a climax. I 0. 7 I 2. 01. 7 by Newspaper AM Queretaro. Published on Jul 1. Qro. in a smart city.