Zodiac Killer

October 16, 2010 by Post Team 

Zodiac Killer, Aaron Sorkin and David Fincher taking over the invention of Facebook will be released to the public across the country. Take a look at this title. There is a reason why this movie is not called Facebook, and it is not simply to avoid prosecution of the site creator, Mark Zuckerberg.

Again, why not go with the accidental billionaires, the title of non-fiction book from which the screenplay was adapted? No, if we know David Fincher, it becomes something here. Some say he is the best director of his generation, others write off as someone who replaces substance with style, but we cannot deny that his best films are blunted by a strong vision. It does not just tell the story that lies on the surface, dig and see how he can know how he can bring his equipment to our society today.

Take a look at some of his most notable accomplishments and try to see what he had to say.

Fincher second album as a feature film may be a reference movie serial killer. Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman play detectives on the trail of a maniacal creation, which will select his victims based on The Seven Deadly Sins. In the hands of another filmmaker, this could have been a glorified slasher film with a little ambition.

Fortunately, David Fincher is not “another filmmaker.” He used the twisted history of a religious fanatic and these two cops, one battered by years to see the worst humanity has to offer, a further fueled by the idealism and faith in the goodness of people, as a means of exploring the apathy of society towards violence and cruelty. At a time when most news is bad news, how people continue to exist in this world?

It’s a good question, one that, fortunately, it leaves unanswered. But it is also an early indicator of his obsessive need to tap into something we’re all heart, whether we admit it or not.

Most great directors have any brand. Martin Scorsese’s feature film visual rock and roll and the guilty consciences. Spielberg is the kind of popcorn entertainment. Nobody suspense like Alfred Hitchcck.

Fight Club is nothing like Zodiac, which looks nothing like the social network. A trademark is not visual Fincher is his obsession with the exploration of a single person, whether a murderer or a website owner, and using only person as the key to unlocking all the secret societies and show us what’s inside. With one person, it creates a world for us to experience and relate to – so he will be remembered for when another generation of filmmakers takes over, as the man who had on mankind.

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