Monday, July 9, 2018

The Only Living Boy in New York

Moviegoers know very well that there are some films that "smell" with intensity to others that are more popular or valued by the public and critics, either by a conscious decision of their managers or by the cultural influence of the latter. The fact is that its basic character and its elements are typical of the filmography of other directors or iconic works and, thus, it can be assured that What the truth hides (Robert Zemeckis, 2000) refers to the British Alfred Hitchcock, who hunt of the ñumanos (Taika Waititi, 2016) reminds the Texan Wes Anderson or that, and that we are going, New York Song or The lover of my father (The Only Living Boy in New York), made by the American also Marc Webb this 2017, brings a clear and intense aroma to the idiosyncrasy of the New Yorker Allan Stewart Königsberg, aka Woody Allen.


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