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The 50 best films of 2021 in the UK, No 2: The Green Knight

Dev Patel goes on an extraordinary quest in sensationally beautiful film adaptation inspired by a 14th-century poemMore on the best culture of 2021Christ’s sacrifice and the erotic death wish of earthly glory: these are the components of this freaky folk horror from writer-director David Lowery, a mysterious and sensationally beautiful film inspired by the 14th-century […]

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‘When There Is Magic Present, Anything Goes,’ Says ‘The Green Knight’ Dp Andrew Droz Palermo

Before shooting David Lowery’s medieval fantasy “The Green Knight,” which screens this week at EnergaCamerimage Film Festival, cinematographer Andrew Droz Palermo watched every King Arthur movie he could find, he tells Variety.“To me, these films always tend to be gray, desaturated. But we wanted to make something modern, also when it comes to the casting […]

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5 Things We Learned About The Green Knight From The New Blu-Ray

A24’s “The Green Knight” Blu-ray dropped this week, and it’s got two fantastically fun featurettes that dive deep into the creation of the movie. In the featurettes “Boldest of Blood and Wildest at Heart: Making the Green Knight,” and “Practitioners of Magic: Visual Effects,” the cast and crew of writer/director David Lowery’s sprawling Arthurian epic shared some […]

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The Green Knight review – a rich and wild fantasy

Dev Patel works his subtle magic in David Lowery’s enthralling take on the medieval tale of the questing GawainWhat a strange and peculiarly powerful film this is. An ambitious adaptation of the chivalric poem about the adventures of an Arthurian knight, written in Middle English by an unknown author (and most famously translated in the […]

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‘The Green Knight’ Director David Lowery Explains Dev Patel’s Sex Scenes: ‘I Didn’t Want To Shy Away From Lustiness’

“The Green Knight” is dense, to say the least.Based on an anonymously written poem from the 1400s now known as “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight,” David Lowery’s film weaves together myths of lords and ladies who love little mind games, beheaded young women who may or may not turn into foxes and, of course, […]

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Mini-Water Cooler: ‘Shang-Chi’, ‘Hard Boiled’, ‘The Green Knight’, ‘The Virgin Suicides’, and More

On the August 23, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by news editor Hoai-Tran Bui to talk about what they’ve been up to at the virtual water cooler. Opening Banter: At The Water Cooler: What we’ve been Doing: Hoai-Tran saw Chris (!) and blew out her voice doing karaoke. […]

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