The Northman (2022)

  • Release: 2022   (22 Apr 2022)
  • Genre:  ✯ Action ✯ Adventure ✯ Drama
  • Language: English
  • Country: United States
  • Runtime: 127 mins
  • Rating: 8 101671
  • Quality:  ✯ 1080P WebRip ✯ 720P WebRip
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From visionary director Robert Eggers comes The Northman, an action-filled epic that follows a young Viking prince on his quest to avenge his father’s murder.

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Director :
Robert Eggers

Writer :

Sjón, Robert Eggers


Actors :
Alexander Skarsgård | Nicole Kidman | Claes Bang | Ethan Hawke

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Best Review:

I’ve been waiting for this movie for a long time, it’s literally been a year (if not more) and finally I saw it. No, not in some private theater for lovers of good cinema, but on the screen of the most ordinary cinema.

However, I predicted Eggers’ success from the beginning, because I saw in him not an upstart pseudotriere (which many people thought he was), but a really decent, emerging director of a new school, with a completely new and fresh view of cinema and who one day (mark my words!) will become a classic of cinematography.

His Beacon and the Witch awakened in me a real love for horror and cinema itself. But what does ‘Varyag’ represent? Was it a worthy addition to Eggers’ trilogy of neo-horror films?

Let’s take it in order. It’s easy to find references to the director’s past works in the film. Whether it’s the cast, represented by the charmingly frightening and talented Defoe (Beacon) and the beautiful actress Taylor-Joy (The Witch). Whether, for example, the scenes of raging waves aggressively hitting the rocks with a shabby boat in the middle in dark tones in a static frame (the same Beacon), or a blazing bonfire in the middle of the forest surrounded by tall trees and naked women dancing around it (The Witch). Even the motif of witchcraft (the Witch) and mythological imagery (the Lighthouse) complemented each other perfectly.

But why so many references? To please the emerging fan base? Or an ode by the director to himself? Well, knowing how modest Eggers is from several interviews, the second option is made impossible. The former may well be. But I think, no, I’m convinced! That Eggers made so many references for the purpose of reflection. Robert had carefully analyzed his past work to prevent conveyor creativity and so decided to put his handwriting, developed through the study of his past pictures, into his new film, so that a new perspective and different directorial possibilities would stand out against them. And he succeeded! Not only has Eggers established himself deservedly to audiences as a folk-chorusman, but he’s also shown that he’s good at action.

That is, he didn’t just synthesize his past work, but added a third element to his film that made it extremely distinctive. The film moves seamlessly from place to place, from drama to slooburner, from horror to realistic action movie. Realistic not in terms of physics, but in the brutality and extreme cruelty of some scenes that made even me cringe. There was so much gruyatina and symbolism that in some places the film literally shouted ‘HELLO’ to Ari Aster with his sensational ‘Solstice’. Judge for yourself: ritualistic chanting and dancing, hallucinations, symmetrical camera movement ‘through’ objects, playing with internal organs and metamorphosis symbolism of human body parts, myths and witchcraft. In general, all the same ritualistic creepiness, only darker, unlike the same ‘light’ Astaire. Either this is a competition in new wave horror films between two talented and new directors for the status of new classics of horror, or it is a tribute and reference to the works of a colleague.

Either way, we won’t know yet. But what we do know is that Robert Eggers has something to add to the cinematography and this director is just emerging, a firm and confident step on the path of reformation and rethinking of the entire cinematography, deftly combining (sometimes even changing) the classics with audacious experimentalism. The film itself is an intense rethinking of past experiences. It’s hard to call it just a movie, it’s a ritual that takes you to a completely different world, one rich in horror, mystery, drama, combat brutality and mysticism. That’s what a new movie should be.

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