REVIEW: Cosmopolis compared to Edvard Munch’s ‘The Scream’ and given 4 out of 4 stars

From June issue of Russian Phychologies. Translation by Christine:

Cronenberg’s latest films from the point of view of thought and influence could not compare with his “Crash” “The Fly” and “Dead Zone” but in Cosmopolis the “action Psychologist” shows his previous might. In the screen adaptation of the novel by Don DeLillo-a post modernist novelist (or American umberto eco) he creates the image of modern world- the world with every technological comfort but which is full of violence. Protesting against universal functionality/purposefulness is a young billionaire-never leaving Manhattan, in just 24 hours he loses all his material and social assets and acquires a real “self”. And wonderful actor -Pattinson, whose talent showed even playing a young vampire, creates the image of a whole generation of baby boom children-young people feeling they should be billionaires just by the right of birth in the environment of “Golden Billion”. Cosmopolis– , expressive, gloomy/impenetrable without illusions -it mostly reminds us of Edvard Munch’s painting “The Scream” and you should agree that not often do we feel like comparing modern films with real pieces of art.

Christine noted that the legend at the bottom of the article shows four stars equaling brilliant/excellent and Cosmopolis received 4 stars. 🙂

Original article from AdeleStew after the cut, who noted that Phychologies is a respectable Russian magazine. 🙂

Translation: Christine/Source | Digital Scan: Source

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2 Responses to REVIEW: Cosmopolis compared to Edvard Munch’s ‘The Scream’ and given 4 out of 4 stars

  1. Pingback: *SCAN* Cosmopolis is in June issue of Russian “Psychologies” « Thinking of Rob

  2. jd0099 says:

    Thanks for the post! The language of Rob is spoken in many forms! Excellent review!
    Will there be a live feed from Cannes, upon Rob’s arrival? Surely, some of the dedicated fans have offered to provide on-the-spot reports from the premiere! You should round up the troops and post them in appropriate locations. I don’t want to see him in his personal, private time, just the official premiere! Look forward to more coverage on Cosmopolis! Thanks for including the Cronenberg/Gadon pics in the earlier post. They were really lovely! Do you think your audience can handle Cannes Rob and an actual showing of Cosmopolis? If a magazine review has people drooling, what effect will real Rob have on them? Keep up the great coverage on Cosmopolis!
    J.D.

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