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John Mathieson
Ryuichi Sakamoto Alan MacDonald
Sir Derek George Jacobi CBE Daniel Craig Tilda Swinton Karl Johnson Anita Pallenberg
Japan Released:1999/03/13(Sat)
Outside Japan :Released:1998/09/18
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2009/02/05 Normal(+0 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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British painter Francis, a work depicting the life of Bacon (Derek. Jakobi) with a lover, a relationship with a lover, George. Dyer (Daniel. Craig), John. Maybury himself is a gay and it is quite rich It is depicted. By the way, Francis of philosopher. It is a different person from bacon.
The story emphasizes the conversation with intellectual people such as art critics and photographers gathering at Bacon 's whimsical and cranking shops at the luresbian' s Muriel (Tilda. Swinton) store, and the countryside suffering from trying to reach it somehow The figure of Dyer of the person is a symbolic development, and the mental breakdown of a human being who is thrown into a world similar to madness is painful.
For love of Dyer, Bacon's love is intense, driven by emotion and its impact, mixed with carnalism and artistic creation, but there are no shrewd days like gently staring at each other, It is only a life that is affectionate. Even though Dyer's heart began to collapse, became dependent on alcohol and drugs, and he knew that he would head towards death, Bacon left him unchanged as if he were "death" and "crazy" itself It is because she felt ecstasy where she wanted art as a person to love. And this work succeeds in coloring the negative art world with unique pictures.
The director is trying to draw that Bacon became a devil for art and tried to draw a soul with the eye of the devil. In a sense, I tried to superimpose John Maybally himself on Bacon, not trying to draw what I saw, maybe I expected something that I could see for the first time by painting.
By the time the endrol got through, it was not a surprising lingering finish or a cold lingering finish, but there was such a silence as Bacon was abandoned small in the work while somewhere was left behind.