WINTEELS, 1987 / SCENARIO Bruce Robinson PROTOGONIZE Richard E. Grand, Paul McCann, Richard Griffiths, Ralph Brown DURATION107 ROSEBUD DISTRIBUTION

 

What can ultimately be a mature film?

 

First of all, it may be a film without minors – because adulthood is not a matter of age, but the decisive blow that reality gives you when you believe (or hope) that nothing will change your first dreams. Then, a film with heroes, but not just for them – for a time and for a lifetime that simply can not continue to exist. Like the London swinging 60s and the bohemian existence that the “decade of questioning” gave the ready for her – to take her with her out of ready and not (like Wyndale and Maroon), leaving their place in a neo-conservative hangover duration. Still, the end of the ability to mourn – to make reality out of your mind, that is, just as innocent minds can and as Wyneill can no longer do it, despite his (fervent and outrageous) efforts throughout history. Still, a film about the reality that is never as imagined before – even if it is a weekend in an inhospitable countryside, with the rain irrigating you as your soul, but without purifying it, purifying it, let it change, so that it can welcome the foreign tomorrow. A film about adulthood may be a drama hidden in a comedy or even more matched, a comedy that is revealed through a drama. Obligatory bittersweet, unexpectedly resilient, like a favorite ghost of life you left behind, but you can never get rid of it from your mind and heart. a film about reality that is never as it had imagined before – even if it is a weekend in an inhospitable countryside, with the rain irrigating you as your soul, but without cleaning it, purifying it, let alone changing it so that it can welcome the foreign tomorrow. A film about adulthood may be a drama hidden in a comedy or even more matched, a comedy that is revealed through a drama. Obligatory bittersweet, unexpectedly resilient, like a favorite ghost of life you left behind, but you can never get rid of it from your mind and heart. a film about reality that is never as it had imagined before – even if it is a weekend in an inhospitable countryside, with the rain irrigating you as your soul, but without cleaning it, purifying it, let alone changing it so that it can welcome the foreign tomorrow. A film about adulthood may be a drama hidden in a comedy or even more matched, a comedy that is revealed through a drama. Obligatory bittersweet, unexpectedly resilient, like a favorite ghost of life you left behind, but you can never get rid of it from your mind and heart. so that he can welcome the foreign tomorrow. A film about adulthood may be a drama hidden in a comedy or even more matched, a comedy that is revealed through a drama. Obligatory bittersweet, unexpectedly resilient, like a favorite ghost of life you left behind, but you can never get rid of it from your mind and heart. so that he can welcome the foreign tomorrow. A film about adulthood may be a drama hidden in a comedy or even more matched, a comedy that is revealed through a drama. Obligatory bittersweet, unexpectedly resilient, like a favorite ghost of life you left behind, but you can never get rid of it from your mind and heart.

 

What can ultimately be a mature film?

 

Maybe just the reminder that everything is over. Except maybe a movie like this one. With her you are again at 69. Still at 87. Where the phantom finally embraces you, and hope-in ​​whatever form- is still alive.

 

GIANNIS DELIOLANIS