March 7, 2010

Tom Ford's 'A Single Man'

"If it's going to be a world with no time for sentiment, Grant, it's not a world that I want to live in."


Tom Ford's 'A Single Man' is an aesthetic masterpiece. Exquisitely shot, with such subtle nuances and intimate exchanges, viewing this film feels like a very personal experience.



Ford makes a seamless transition from fashion to film, bringing with him the same sharp eye for composition, structure, and beauty. He created a delicious world, a space in time that is stimulating, lovely, and in the form of film will last forever.


The evocative beauty in 'A Single Man' reawakens your senses and stimulates your mind's eye. I left feeling satiated and hungry for more at the same time.

1 comment:

Enid and Ciaran said...

This is a great film. BTW, do you know that the Citroen car pictured was based upon a design by Le Corbusier?