Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

Hurter's Opinion

It’s been a while since a movie impressed me in such a manner that I am still thinking of it after being with two others in the meantime. I feel like a promiscuous man. Still thinking of the one that impressed me while being with another. But that’s what happens when a film forces itself to be noticed.

Bridman tell the story of Riggan Thomson (Michael Keaton) who is trying to make the jump from screen to stage by starring in a play written, directed and produced by him. Things quickly go south when one of the actors is suddenly harmed to such an extent that he is unable to perform in the first preview before opening night – good riddance! Riggan is able to land Mike Shiner (Edward Norton), an actor fired seconds before he pitched at Riggan’s theatre. You see, mike is one of those actors who…

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