əjdaha lazımdı googlla
deməli, roger ebert düşünür:
"Goodman, as the ordinary man in the next room, is revealed to have inhuman secrets, and the movie leads up to an apocalyptic vision of blood, flames and ruin, with Barton Fink unable to influence events with either his art or his strength.
The Coens mean this aspect of the film, I think, to be read as an emblem of the rise of Nazism. They paint Fink as an ineffectual and impotent left-wing intellectual, who sells out while telling himself he is doing the right thing, who thinks he understands the “common man” but does not understand that, for many common men, fascism had a seductive appeal. Fink tries to write a wrestling picture and sleeps with the great writer’s mistress, while the Holocaust approaches and the nice guy in the next room turns out to be a monster."
gözəl tapıntıdı. hətta mən 3-5 gün bu tapıntının şokundan ayılmamışdım.
tanım: coenlərin baxdığım ən mükəmməl filmi
sən də yaz!