Wednesday, June 2

i am love

... I Am Love matches the delicate grandeur of Guadagnino’s directing style and the highly strung emotion of John Adams’s music on the soundtrack (the first time the American composer has allowed his music to be used for a film). The swirling, intensifying focus moves from the claustrophobia of a Milan mansion during a family dinner to the breezier, looser environs of rural Liguria as Swinton’s character frees herself from the strictures of her marriage, inspired partly by her daughter’s coming out as a lesbian. It’s heady, romantic and tragic stuff...

As well as starring in I Am Love, Swinton is a producer on the film...
-via TimeOutLondon
I don't like everything Tilda Swinton does but have a lot of time for her. A character no doubt. This latest film I Am Love looks a bit intense but also looks amazing.

2 comments:

Christina said...

I just saw this trailer and it looks stunning. Thanks for the reminder!

J. Everett Dixon said...

I saw this in Chicago as part of some kind of film festival. I was indeed intense, but it also almost transcendent. Highly recommended!