Spring (I) (2014)

Not Rated   |    |  Horror, Romance, Sci-Fi


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A young man in a personal tailspin flees from US to Italy, where he sparks up a romance with a woman harboring a dark, primordial secret.


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  • Lou Taylor Pucci and Nadia Hilker in Spring (2014)
  • Lou Taylor Pucci and Nadia Hilker in Spring (2014)
  • Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson at an event for Spring (2014)
  • Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson at an event for Spring (2014)
  • Lou Taylor Pucci and Nadia Hilker in Spring (2014)
  • Nadia Hilker in Spring (2014)

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25 May 2015 | lungdiaphram
7
| I just got tricked into watching a rom-com, but I'm not even mad.
So...this movie is somehow thrown into the horror genre, but it is DEFINITELY not a horror movie. It's an avant-garde romantic comedy. There are a few sci-fi moments, but for the most part it's one of the cutest movies I've ever seen. The plot is very Disney with subtle hints of Slither-esque grotesqueness. I liked this movie a lot, but I feel tricked... I was really in the mood for a good horror film, but I got a strange rom-com instead. I'm not mad though. I enjoyed the film for its extreme amount of cuteness. I highly recommend this movie, but don't expect any horror. It has a lot of personality. I can't relate it any other film. I think this movie might pave the way for a new type of romantic comedy. I usually loathe romantic comedies, but this one takes a fresh approach! I can imagine this new genre really taking off. If you're a dude who's really into sci-fi and you're dating a girl who is really into typical chick-flicks, then this is a great movie for meeting her in the middle.

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Director Justin Benson on the aerial drone photography: "We had a very meticulous shot list and had a well thought out approach to the photography of the movie and after all that was done, our first AC/steadycam operator, William Tanner Sampson, came to us and said 'Hey, I've got this new drone I just bought. Should I bring it for the production? Maybe we could use it.' We knew immediately how that would fit into our general approach to the photography of the movie. The photography should feel like an omniscient presence in the movie. It should feel very subjective, almost like a third, all-powerful character. So Will came out with the drone and, after almost getting arrested with it in a Moscow airport because they were thinking it was a piece of military equipment he was going to assault Russia with, we got to use it. Any day the crew was off, [co-director/cinematographer] Aaron Moorhead and I would continue to shoot. On Sundays in Italy, we'd continue shooting and that was when we'd do the drone photography with Will. Just grab as many shots as we could, experiment with it, see how it would work. And almost everything we shot with the drone made it into the edit. It's one of the talking points of the movie. It's pretty cool. It's one of those things where one day, because a lot of people have started using them and someday people are going to look at our movie and be like, 'Why did Moorhead and Benson use the fucking toy helicopter thing over and over and over again?'"[2014]


Quotes

Louise: So we're sleeping together and I'm, like, making you meals, but you can't tell me anything?


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There is no volcano near Polignano.


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Amato Rivale
Published by Alba Modugno
Written by Alba Modugno
Performed by Alba

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Horror | Romance | Sci-Fi

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