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Joaquin Phoenix and Let’s Walk: Sweet and Sad

What role did Joaquin Phoenix choose after being Arthur Fleck? Joker, and win all possible awards including the Oscar? of the many scripts that must have passed before his eyes, because he had chosen one of Lets go To get into the skin of Johnny, a radio journalist who has never been interested in anyone but agrees to take care of his nephew overnight.

It is his sister who asks him. Her husband is going through a delicate, complicated moment—a nervous breakdown, including bipolarity—and she needs someone to take care of her 9-year-old son, who also plays with feeling “orphaned.”

As Johnny researches how the children see the United States, the environment, the social crises and the future ahead of them, once he travels from Detroit to Los Angeles to pick up Jesse (Woody Norman). does, which will accompany his planned trip to New York and New Orleans, it will seem that, with the patience he has for the kids, everything will happen by a quiet, friendly, moderate cable car.

Uncle and nephew.  Joaquin Phoenix and great little actor Woody Norman.  Photo Diamond Films

Uncle and nephew. Joaquin Phoenix and great little actor Woody Norman. Photo Diamond Films

Lets go This is, of course, a road movie, because what’s important is the journey more than getting to the destination, and how that road will transform and develop the characters in the best cases.

Johnny or Jessie? Maybe both.

Conversion

It is the growth of one and the other – one understands by pure logic that of the smaller; What does the journalist have to do with the frustrations he carries in his travel bag? Because Jesse, who is intelligent and verbose: somewhat intense, is full of questions and Johnny, full of insecurities that he would like to hide, but that will eventually come to the fore.

Johnny (Phoenix) is a journalist who agrees to live with his nephew because of his overpowered forces.  and takes her to visit the United States.  Photo Diamond Films

Johnny (Phoenix) is a journalist who agrees to live with his nephew because of his overpowered forces. and takes her to visit the United States. Photo Diamond Films

And maybe it is not development, but change.

The adult world and children, past and future begin to merge in the film by Mike Mills, who directed beginners About his father, who turns out to be gay at the age of 75 – Oscar for Christopher Plummer– And later 20th century womenAbout his mother was never released in Argentina.

So the untimely death of Johnny’s mother (Jesse’s grandmother) will also be related to the soul of the filmmaker.

A completely different role and performance by Joaquin Phoenix in this beautiful black and white film.  Photo Diamond Films

A completely different role and performance by Joaquin Phoenix in this beautiful black and white film. Photo Diamond Films

Lets go He directed it after his son grew up, and the theme of Preteen’s interview has its roots in a project he did for MoMA in San Francisco.

The black and white photography is another contribution to the sad side of the film, due to Irishman Robbie Ryan.Favorite, story of a wedding), a man who is clearly as versatile as the artist he should have brought to light. Because—and it will never be known whether the merits of those frames are his views, with the director’s approval—he delineates, placing the characters in a certain urban expanse, and then painting them in their intimacy…

It is the work of those who know how to watch and watch the film.

“Lets go”

Very good

drama. USA, 2021. 109′, Sam 13. from: Mike Mills. with: Joaquin Phoenix, Gabby Hoffman, Woody Norman. rooms: Hoyts Ebasto, Dot, Cinemark Caballito, Cinépolis Recoleta and Pilar, Showcase Belgrano and Norte.

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