Restoring our belief in the world

The link between man and the world is broken. Henceforth, this link must become an object of belief: it is the impossible which can only be restored within a faith. Belief is no longer addressed to a different or transformed world. Man is in the world as if in a pure optical and sound situation. The reaction of which man has been dispossessed can be replaced only by belief. Only belief in the world can reconnect man to what he sees and hears. The cinema must film, not the world, but belief in this world, our only link.

God’s own country (2017) – United Kingdom
Freier Fall (2013) – Germany
Jonas (2018) – France
Mario (2018) – Switzerland
Young Royals (2021) – Sweden
Call me by your name (2017) – Italy
Jongens (2014) – Netherlands
Posledice (2018) – Slovenia
My own private Idaho (1991) – United States
Mysterious skin (2004) – United States
Brokeback Mountain (2005) – United States
Moonlight (2016) – United States
Love, Simon (2018) – United States
Te Prometo Anarquía (2015) – Mexico
I carry you with me (2020) – Mexico
Hoje Eu Quero Voltar Sozinho (2014) – Brazil
The wedding banquet (1993) – Taiwan
盛夏光年 – Eternal Summer (2006) – Taiwan
誰先愛上他的 – Dear Ex (2018) – Taiwan
Love of Siam (2007) – Thailand
How to Win at Checkers (2015) – Thailand
Tropical Malady (2004) – Thailand
春光乍洩 – Happy Together (1997) – Hong Kong
Bishonen (1998) – Hong Kong
Your name engraved herein (2020) – Taiwan
藍宇 – Lan Yu (2001) – China
Just Friends? (2009) – Korea
Night Flight (2014) – Korea
Long time no see (2017) – Korea
The Dance of Two Left Feet (2011) – Philippines
Like grains of sand (1995) – Japan
To Each His Own (2017) – Japan
Remembering the Man (2015) – Australia
Firebird (2021) – Estonia
Thưa mẹ con đi – Goodbye Mother (2019) – Vietnam
Siberia and Him (2019) – Russia
The Student (2016) – Russia

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