Find Shape Of Water, The DVD at nagatodx.com Movies & TV, home of thousands of titles on DVD and Blu-ray. Shape of Water – Das Flüstern des Wassers. |16 |2 Std. 3 Min.|Fantasy-Filme. Eine stumme Putzfrau in einem Regierungslabor gerät durch ihre Neugier in. Mit "Shape of Water" räumte Regisseur Guillermo del Toro vier Oscars ab. Wir sprachen mit ihm über die Filmbranche und neue Projekte.
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He is a nasty piece of work, and it is a satisfying moment when Elisa signs an insult at him, her face incandescent with contempt.
It is immersive cinema. The Shape of Water. The Shape of Water review — an operatic plunge into Guillermo del Toro's immersive cinema.
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Guillermo del Toro. Filmography Unrealized projects Awards and nominations. The Strain The Fall The Night Eternal Trollhunters The Shape of Water Pan's Labyrinth Hellboy: The Science of Evil P.
Cha Cha Cha Films Mirada Studios The Hobbit film series The Strain franchise. Awards for The Shape of Water. Academy Award for Best Picture.
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October 2, Rating: 4. View All Critic Reviews Jul 08, Guillermo del Toro is one of those filmmakers I'd love to spend hours with talking movies.
His passion for the art form is infectious. Not being able to do that, at least I can watch The Shape of Water over and over again.
It's a love story about a woman and a beast. But, the real love story is about the moviemaking. Del Toro's zeal for using all the moviemaker's tool are in full display.
Aldo G Super Reviewer. Mar 17, Peter B Super Reviewer. Dec 22, Del Toro's direction saves this film from be a terrible film but it's no a great film like many people says.
Fernando M Super Reviewer. Nov 26, With this movie, I have now watched all of Guillermo Del Toro's filmography. I don't know if I've reviewed every single one of his movies that I've seen on Rotten Tomatoes, but I may end up posting the reviews on Letterboxd at some point or another.
Regardless, my fandom of Del Toro actually dates back to ish, when I was around 15 or 16 years old. I remember I had this Spanish teacher at school and one time she was talking about this movie, raving about it really, and that movie was El Espinazo Del Diablo or, as you gringos know it, The Devil's Backbone.
There was a Blockbuster Video that's how old I am, Blockbuster was still a thing and I regularly visited the store literally across the street from my school.
So, one of those times me and my aunt went to Blockbuster, I found The Devil's Backbone and we rented it. And, naturally, I loved the movie then and I still love the movie now.
As someone who is now 30, I have now been a fan of Guillermo Del Toro's work for half of my life and it's a fandom that I will carry until Del Toro decides to retire.
I think I would, quite easily, place him in my top five of favorite filmmakers of all time. Takashi Miike, Guillermo Del Toro, Bong Joon-ho, Park Chan-wook and Tarantino.
Those aren't placed in any real particular order, but that's just how they came to mind to me. The first two of those, however, Del Toro and Miike aren't on that list for their filmography per se.
Don't get me wrong Del Toro's filmography is top-notch but, as an example, Mimic isn't great though I don't blame Del Toro for that as much as studio interference and Crimson Peak is only just good.
The reason I place him there has as much to do with his unique visual style, his fantastical settings, the creatures that inhabit his incredibly detailed and impressive worlds and the writing.
He's a man who clearly an auteur. He's got a very distinctive style that makes it every easy to pick up on which film are his.
I didn't need to know who the director of this film was to point out that it seems precisely like the sort of thing Del Toro would do.
This brings us to this lovely, lovely movie, however and how it stacks up against his filmography. Most people have said that this is Del Toro's best work since El Laberinto del Fauno and, honestly, I'm inclined to agree with that.
I don't think it surpasses Laberinto, but it's the film in his filmography that has come closest to it.
One of the first reviews on Letterboxd mentioned the fact that Elisa's friends didn't kinkshame her for doing it and how this person needs the same love and support from her friends.
And, admittedly, it is a funny meme review and I'm certain that this particular person knows what the movie is about anyway, it's just a funny review to get likes on Letterboxd.
The thing is that plenty of other people, essentially, summed down the movie to just that. It's a movie about a woman who fucks a 'fish', even though there's a difference between amphibians and fishes.
Regardless, summarizing the film to something as simple as that is sort of, honestly, missing the point about the movie and they simply did not bother to look beyond the film's outward appearance, they didn't bother looking into the film on a deeper level and understand the connection that was built between Elisa and the amphibian man.
In short, I think this really is one of the loveliest romance stories I've seen in quite some time. But, once again, what the movie does quite best is give voice to the voiceless, in this case quite literally as Elisa cannot speak.
Another reason why, I feel, the film works is the fact that all of its major characters are in a state of loneliness. The film's main theme IS loneliness.
Elisa is lonely as a result of the fact that she's mute and her feeling that she won't be able to connect with someone else, as they might see her limitations instead of who she is.
Giles, Elisa's best friend, is a struggling illustrator who also happens to be a gay man in the 60s, when that was looked down upon even more so than it is now in some states.
Zelda, Elisa's co-worker as a cleaner at this secret government lab, has an useless husband who does nothing around the house but watch TV. Strickland, a colonel who is in charge of the project to study the asset ie: the amphibian man is a workaholic who is distant with his wife and children.
The Shape of Water review — a seductively melancholy creature feature. Mark Kermode , Observer film critic. Sun 18 Feb