#132 Giovanna

Memento (2000)
“It’s the movie that made me understand the relevance of the instant, but connected to the memory, I mean: how important is the perception of the instant that we live in but at the same time referred also to what we remember. “Carpe diem” is my motto, but it’s actually dilated and connected to what you have been. The first time I saw it, I’ve empathized with the protagonist, I forgot to follow the plot to focus on him, on his energies, and for me it’s rare because I’ve studied screenwriting at the Academy of Bari and usually I’m focused on the plot of the movies. “Perspective” is the key word, because I began to analize it from a new point of view”


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