viernes, diciembre 31, 2010


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 Japón, 2009

Dirigida por Isao Yukisada

Un retrato de la juventud nipona desde los ojos de un director reflexivo y de escritura elegante, hacen de Parade, una cinta que se disfruta por sus dialogos inteligentes, el buen ritmo y manejo actoral de sus protagonista y porque promete una inteligente conclusión y un final extraño.

4 jovenes conviven en un apartamento en Tokyo donde se interrelacionan pero la llegada de un extraño joven a su habitat y unos asesinatos en serie cerca de la zona, harán que se cuestionen la presencia de este prostituto masculino que les cambia la vida y la manera de interrelacionarse.

Yukisada construye una pelicula enrarecida entre cuatro paredes, con dialogos que salen airosos por su originalidad, personajes construidos y perdidos en sus divagaciones juveniles, en sus temores y amores rotos que vuelan como fantasmas en ese pequeño departamento donde el personaje eje de la historia, ese joven fantasmal y androgino, trastoca la cotidianeidad que ellos mismos han construido en su habitat.

Sin embargo, a pesar de lo interesante de la propuesta y el ritmo de la narración, basada en dialogos certeros y siempre inteligentes la cinta no encuentra un cierre narrativo que hile en el interes del espectador, como si se quedase solo en buenas intenciones y que, nuestro director, no supo como cerrar de una manera coherente el final que todos esperabamos.

Parade es una cinta interesante desde el punto de vista de su concepción pero que no progresa en su desarrollo narrativo y que se queda en intenciones y que no sabe cerrar felizmente la historia debido a la incapacidad de construir un desenlace mas apropiado para tan genial comienzo.

En resumen, Parade, es una cinta que tiene una estructura original pero que no termina como se esperaba, los personajes divagan sobre sus vidas y su cotidianiedad pero no desarrollan una trama que nos vincule mas en la historia, solo observamos friamente su devenir por la pantalla. Regular.

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