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An upper class lie
Some people say there world be no content in this movie but I think they are wrong. But I think 99% of the people worldwide are not the target audience for this film. But a lot of people do not understand this and tell everybody how wonderful it is and that the movie makers would avoid a political message. But they are just wrong. This movie is political motivated and Hollywood and the wall street boys give a ***** about disputing problems in a time everything of the civilization is falling apart. They just pay for arts showing someone privileged getting away from an alienated problem, a problem not caused by themselves. But in reality they won't be able to escape and their propaganda factory isn't believable any more. A little bit of the subtext in Gravity is also shown in "Children of men". Cuarón avoids a philosophic discourse about class system, human civilization and the search for reasons. That is of cause because of the investors of his movies. He is a casual writer working for the capital, which makes the content of his movies a stupid lie.
David Lynch could not be proud of this
There is a comment on this film, that compares it to Divid Lynch's work. I don't agree. The first and fatal difference between both is the clean screenplay. David Lynch has the ability to get into the deep and dirty areas of the characters mind, where the human's censorship doesn't influence the pictures which the audience record. "Stay" stays a video clip from M-TV for the whole feature long. It is the same visual problem as in "The Island", it doesn't carry a feeling, although the actors look likable to me. But that isn't enough to show an abyss. The psychological 101 isn't enough. Who is dump enough to trust a film that morphs like a Pepsi advertising? This isn't just a question of the visual trend style, it's about involving the intellectual audience. Filmmakers don't need to be a genius to reach that, but at first they have to be honest. Then perhaps they find a way of storytelling that doesn't try to overwhelm you. I don't want to fight against the film, I want to move in.