Cultural expert, passionate about popular culture, in particular films, series, computer games and comics. He likes to fly away to unknown, fantastic regions, thanks to his fascination with science fiction. Professionally, however, he looks back more often, thanks to his work as a museum promotion specialist, investigating the mysteries of the beginnings of cinematography. His favorite film is "The Matrix", because it combines two areas close to his heart - religion and martial arts.
HARDWARE. Post-apocalyptic vision intertwined with the tradition of cyberpunk
Hardware is one manifestation of the imaginative combination of two subgenres of science fiction
GATTACA. An extraordinary science fiction film
Several factors speak to why Gattaca is such an incredibly good film in the context of the genre it represents.
GODZILLA. The Birth of a Pop Culture Icon
Godzilla is a pop culture phenomenon, built upon a foundation of dozens of films and a slightly smaller yet equally impressive base of books,...
PRIMER: Time Travel in a Hard Science Fiction Version
Exceptionally modest film that, in its time travel narrative, managed to maintain the scientific accuracy of the events depicted while simultaneously...
WHAT LIES BENEATH. Zemeckis winks at Hitchcock
What Lies Beneath uses music sparingly, trying to create the right mood through silence.
JOHNNY MNEMONIC. Quintessentially cyberpunk
Johnny Mnemonic is, for me, the quintessence of cyberpunk – as it strongly fetishizes technology, as implied by the “cyber,” and equally...
TOM CRUISE and the midlife crisis. What's WRONG with the new MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE?
We are dealing with a sixty-year-old who behaves a bit as if he had taken Viagra and stubbornly tried to show the world how virulent he is…