10-10-10 Challenge, Day 7. "Synecdoche, New York" (2008), directed by Charlie Kaufman - First off, I'd like to apologize for being inactive with posts on this account as of late. Before I write posts for each film directed by Wes Anderson, I would first like to finish what I started and post the next 4 posts in this challenge. Anyway, I'm extremely excited to talk about a film that does not get nearly enough exposure here on the Instagram film community, and that's Charlie Kaufman's 2008 masterful directorial debut, "Synecdoche, New York". Right off the bat, this film had a lot going for it. At the time, I had only seen two of Kaufman's films: "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" and "Adaptation", which, needless to say, both had a lasting impact on me and left me compelled to watch more of the screenwriter's filmography. The second, and probably even more defining factor in my viewing this film was Philip Seymour Hoffman, who was quickly starting to become one of my favorite actors. As I think most people could say, this was not the film I was expecting. To call this film "dream-like" would be somewhat of an understatement. The film to me has more of a subtle nightmare vibe about it. This movie is drenched in an inescapable, existential depression that forces the viewer to relate it to their own lives, which is one of the biggest themes of the film. This story is about YOU, and Kaufman makes that very clear. Caden Cotard, played typically flawlessly by Philip Seymour Hoffman, is a man who is so consumed by fear and his own desires that he starts to lose sight of his will to continue living. He attempts to make sense of his emotional frustrations and obsession of death by directing a hugely ambitious theater piece that ends up consuming a large portion of his late life. This film also has a clever way of showing the passage of time, or rather, NOT showing it. Instead, years go by without the audience even realizing it, which allows us to experience fist hand how quickly time can pass us by, and how short life really is. (More in comments)...
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