Not seen either. Court films are a strange one for me.
I once spent a day being torn to absolute shreds in court (as a witness I should add)
If they’re too realistic they can be a bit stress-inducing and if they’re too fantastical then they can FO,M
Having said that I did quite enjoy that Francis Ford Coppola one with Matt Damon recently so maybe I’m over the whole thing
Just saw La Haine, can entirely see why it has the reputation it does. Pretty fucking impactful. The cinematography was a lot more creative than I was expecting too, was much grittier and straightforward in my head - the shot flying over the tops of the building as the DJ was scratching was something else.
Also very impressed with how the cinema laid things out, had markers on all the seats that people were allowed to sit in, super simple
Saw Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow with Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni. Great film.
Also, saw Juliet, Naked on Netflix. Rose Byrne’s British accent is dodgy but oddly works nonetheless. Loved the film. Sort of a Generation X/Slacker film when the protagonists grow up. Really loved it.