Corpus Christi
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Corpus Christi there is much of that totemic work by Paul Schrader that is El reverendo (2018) and Bressonian imaginary Corpus Christi in Corpus Christi when it embraces a categorical, mystical and insubordinate realism, capable of recounting the human condition with the precision of a scalpel. Jan Komasa moves away from current religious cinema, empty, random and obsessed with transcendence. The result is very successful and here is my leap of faith: this is the millennial version of Pickpocket (R. Bresson, 1959). Daniel is a troubled young man seeking reform through the priesthood. The film raises communication as a fundamental norm for living in community and forgiveness as the only solution for progress. Values ​​that will also serve as an expiation for the protagonist. Does it matter that Daniel looks more like a rag man than a Christian pastor? In this sense, his speech could also be heir to Free Cinema. Komasa recognizes his references without renouncing his own identity. The last third of the film is the climax to that well-narrated tension and culminates in shaking the status quo with the word of God. What a punch that of Polish cinema.

Duration: 115 min


IMDb: 7.7