A Film for Blanchett by Blanchett
First female conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
Draw the process of falling due to power and desire
Golden Globe Award for Best Actress
The film reveals so little that you can infer how Tarr used his power to achieve a high artistic position. It doesn’t matter how Tarr used his power to hurt someone or whether the allegations surrounding it are true. As if an “observation camera” was installed in the daily life of Tar,
Even when everything is falling apart around him, Tar keeps a cool head. Back at his old house, Tar pulls out an old video tape and watches someone play an orchestra. In the video you probably watched while dreaming of becoming a conductor, “Some feelings are so special and deep that they cannot be expressed in words. That’s why the music is great. Music explains these emotions with sounds, not words,” said a conductor. Tar then sheds a single tear.
In the next scene, Tar is in Southeast Asia. back on the podium It’s a crummy scene considering his past as conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. It seems unacceptable to conduct an orchestra playing “strange” playing background music, but the music comforts and moves her. Tarr was an artist.
Throughout the film, there are quite a few scenes where Tar drives through a tunnel in a car. It’s up to the audience whether Tar means he’s entered the tunnel of life or exited the dark tunnel.
Tar is a film by Cate Blanchett, for Cate Blanchett, by Cate Blanchett. Cate Blanchett appears in over 90% of the scenes. Blanchett shows Tarr’s sensitive and exceptional artistic side with her whole body. The way he flips his hair, the way he removes tension by touching the bridge of his nose with his fingers, and the way he passionately directs an orchestra member makes Tarr feel like a real person. Blanchett won the 80th Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture (Drama) for this film. At the 95th Academy Awards, which will take place next month,
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