Was it kino?
Yes. Beautiful movie that really uses the strength of the medium, especially visually and non verbal atmospheric building stuff.
Only idiots complain about it coz there wasn't enough "story" or coz it didn't adhere to the stupid fairytale closely enough.
Fantasy. It doesn't matter.
Absolutely shit fucking taste, and probably brown
It does matter and i literally did not watch the movie because of the disgusting attempt at erasing a people’s culture
Yeah I didn't watch it for that reason
I thought the actor was decent for the role, but yeah he did stick out a bit.
Don't care how well made it is, when you brownwash a character from European folklore, count me OUT
Stop replying to yourself you weirdo
literally the reason I didn't watch it
ironically there's literally an Arthurian character who IS a moor, Sir Palomides, the rival/friend of Sir Tristram (aka Tristan) who has many of his own stories
they could have made a story about him, instead they turned the whitest palest motherfucker in all of Arthurian legend - Sir Gawain, son of Morgause/Morgan le Fay, Arthur's sister and King Lot of Orkney (look where those are on a map sometime), - into a streetshitting dalit
He looks like George Harrison with a tan. You people are fucking weird.
He looks like an Indian with a styled beard. Funnily, he is.
No not really
OFF WITH YOUR HEAD
And people complained it was unrealistic
more like the brown knight
His brownness was good for character. Would have been dull with a self respecting white fellow.
i fell asleep in the theater watching it
The Redeem Knight
I liked it a lot. Looked great, lots of memorable sequences. Really felt like a journey, they did a good job with the pacing.
Very competent movie, very brave. And Anonymous is credited in the beginning, was it writer or director, don't remember.
The story is Anonymous if I remember right. I thought it was a cool ass movie. And anyone who complains muh shitskin actor
is shallow as fuck. There's pandering and then there's just having a good actor who isn't some based Aryan God. If they had a bunch of Shaniquas running around then yeah you'd have a point
A) bad actor
B) it's pandering to cast an actor that doesn't look the part when one that does could easily be found. Or extreme nepotism.
C) post nose
Indians and Pakis have absolutely no claim to those stories and its fucking gross.
Also post nose
I liked it, but Americans are retarded and think since it has "knight" in the title, it's supposed to be an action movie. It's full of witchy, pagan sex magic. Pacing is unbalanced, but I'd watch it again.
>Americans are retarded and think since it has "knight" in the title, it's supposed to be an action movie.
Who went into this expecting an action movie?
No one, hes just crying about Americans unprompted.
Yes it was kino.
Isn't there weird gay sex in this or something?
No. There’s hetero sex only. There’s only one scene where a guy misses the knight on the lips and it’s from the original poem.
Weird. And sexy.
the witch and her father, and their house and ghost, the fox and all of that are illusions and part of the knight's game
so they're technically him
you're thinking of the dream you had last night
>make a brown man the lead
>owns the chuds
>literally anything but european mythology
>put a white person in there at all
>uhm sweaty this is problematic
He was born of a peasant/exiled lady canonically.
Cheddar Man confirmed culturally, now canonically
You know that hinduism is the only surviving prechristian european religion right?
>green knight is chilling in his house
>hears loud hindi music blaring outside
>goes to his door
>sees a shitty toyota pull up
>indian guy gets out, talking loudly on his phone, with an ubereats bag
>"hello sir uber deliver have nice day"
Yeah there's just so much quality Arthurian content coming out all the time so I was perfectly happy letting a brown lead be a deal breaker for me.
Yes it's a good film, thank you very much sir, next question?
Was gawain or whatever his name was a piece of shit in the poem like in the movie? I mean I liked that he was shown to be a less than great knight. Also whats the meaning of his head not getting chopped at the end?
Not getting chopped off? Did we watch different movies? I think not.
Haven’t seen the movie, but in the poem Gawain is basically a perfectly noble guy, a “faultless hero” who bravely accepts the Green Knight’s strange challenge, keeps his word to go and find the Green Chapel, and expertly navigates the lady’s attempts to seduce him. His one mistake is that on the third day of his bargain with the lord of the castle (who is secretly the Green knight), he accepts the girdle from the lady out of fear for his life, and then he fails to admit to the lord that he got the girdle, thus breaking their covenant to trade all their winnings each day. In the end, he is ashamed at having betrayed the lord’s trust and confesses his deceit, which imo makes him even more noble than if he’d never broken the promise in the first place.
As to your second question, the Green Knight never intended to cut off his head in the first place. It was all a test orchestrated by Morgan Le Fay. The Green Knight gives two ineffectual strikes of the axe (Gawain flinches from the first, and the second one GK just pretends to hit him), and the third stroke of the axe nicks his neck. He tells Gawain that he did not hit him the first two times because he kept their deal the first two nights. He hit him on the third stroke as payment for his breaking of the covenant on day 3. Again, this is all based on the poem; I haven’t seen the movie.
Fits the movie.
>You know that hinduism is the only surviving prechristian european religion right?
>the shitskin knight and the evil loo
what the fuck do you think retard?
Did they ever explain why Merlin turned Gawain into a poo?
They cast him because he looks like Jesus.
Would have been better without Mr. Hanky
can someone post the kiss webm
It sucks ass. Decent cinematography and music direction were wasted on utter shit writing with utter shit acting. I couldn’t finish it
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