For our 58th instalment, we got in touch with Kasper Häggström, a Norwegian director based in Oslo.
Below are Kasper’s selects and what he had to say:
- Broken Flowers (2005)
- Michael Clayton (2007)
- Neighboring Sounds (2012)
- ‘A Song For The Lovers’ Richard Ashcroft (2000)
- ‘Oblivion’ Grimes (2012)
- ‘Revolution 909’ Daft Punk (1997)
- The End (2011)
- Mary Last Seen (2010)
- ‘Van’ Proximus (2005)
Perfectly paced. Anticlimactic comedy at its best.
Probably one of my all time favorite films and perhaps the last of its kind. Like a modern(ish) Alan J. Pakula film.
Brilliant and beautiful. I highly suggest watching Kleber Mendonça Filho’s other two films as well (Aquarius and Bacurau). Amazing director and screenwriter.
I could pick any video by Jonathan Glazer really.
In my opinion one of the best performance videos ever made. I remember this coming out and being extremely jealous.
Brilliant idea. Perfectly executed.
“Charlotte Rampling is devastated. She just caught a rerun of He Died with His Eyes Open on TV, and realized that she has been erased and replaced by another actress: Liz Gareth, who the media is calling “the new Charlotte Rampling.”
This short resulted in Sean Durkin’s feature Martha Marcy May Marlene. Both the short and the feature are great.
This is one of MANY brilliant Lionel Goldstein commercials. I highly suggest doing a deep dive into their work. Unlike anything else. Some favorites are “Bicky Burger”, “Nissan Qashqai” and “The Most Fertile Woman in the World”.