There seems to be no stopping Manchester United at the moment under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer The turnaround of both the on-field performances and mentality surrounding the club is almost unbelievable Considering how dire the situation was at Old Trafford going into the Christmas period, the United board couldn’t have asked for anything better from their Caretaker Manager Even famed BBC pundit and footballing legend, himself, Gary Lineker has gone as far as dubbing it: “The greatest audition in the history of football ” Solskjaer’s efforts have undoubtedly earned him a place in contention for the job on a permanent basis And if the results continue; why not? One of the many players thriving under the new manager is Jesse Lingard, who managed to get on the scoresheet during Friday night’s 3-1 FA Cup win at the Emirates Stadium The Englishman is one of the few players who has enjoyed fine runs of form for both their current and previous managers Lingard was instrumental in United’s dismantling of Arsenal away last season, and the two sides’ most recent encounter followed a similar narrative During his Soccer AM appearance on Saturday morning, the 26-year-old lifted the lid on how the mentality of the players has changed in the past few weeks He said: “I’m enjoying my football, it’s good vibes at the moment. ”If they score one, Ole knows that we’re going to score two and he’s always had that mindset We are always confident going into matches – our mindset has definitely changed going into big games “This is Man United and this is how we should be. We wear suits for away games now to look the part He [Solskjaer] wanted to bring back the United way.” If the results are anything to go by, then the changes have certainly worked The Red Devils have won all of their games since the Norwegian’s arrival, including some vital victories over Arsenal and Tottenham Solskjaer has brought the club’s traditional values back to Manchester United. And he could he restore them to their winning ways if they continue their impressive spell
A young man develops a romantic relationship with a sex doll His older brother, the sister-in-law and the rest of the town, they try to accept this new relationship naturally for the sake of Lars. While he, begins to analyze with the village psychologist. I’m Romi Gorian from VHS NERDS and today I recommend “Lars and the real girl” (“Lars and the real girl”) With an independent film tint, it is the perfect mix between drama and comedy. In a second it manages to take us from seriousness to laughter, with bizarre and uncomfortable moments, since Lars takes his girlfriend doll everywhere. Ryan Gosling plays Lars. The brother is played by Paul Schneider and Emily Mortimer is his sister-in-law. They try to understand it, but it is inevitable that there are moments of tension since it is a difficult situation to carry, between tolerance, love and bewilderment at the fact of not knowing if his psychological state will improve. And because of the apparent madness of Lars, Gus and Karin take him to the doctor and family psychologist Dagmar (played by Patricia Clarkson) While all the people agree and try to empathize with him and his girlfriend. I open a parenthesis and I want to emphasize the existence of the film “Natural Size” of 1974. Its original title is “Grandeur nature”
is a Franco-Spanish film, directed by the Spanish filmmaker Luis García Berlanga. Michel, in his growing loneliness, finds a mannequin that he falls in love with. It’s another movie style with more dramatic and sexual overtones. Let’s go back to this movie. We will travel with Lars all the stress that human relations produce. In case the movie starts with Lars looking out the window, with the blanket woven by his mother before he was born. From a distance he sees that his sister-in-law approaches, to invite him to breakfast, is a character that has a lot of empathy and warmth, because she knows that he is a young man who does not feel comfortable with social relationships in general, nor in his work, where there is a partner who wants to go out with him, interpreted by Kelli Garner, nor in his private life. It keeps a low profile, until one day appears with the doll, and without realizing it, he monopolizes the eyes of all the people. It is evident that he feels his life is so monotonous and that he is so frustrated because he does not know how to relate to others that in his situation that he invents fake girlfriend. This doll is a projection of his personality and helps you communicate and express himself better with others. As for the characters, it’s true that it’s a bit utopian that a whole people feel empathy for such a bizarre situation, but it is clear that it does not happen automatically, at first they find it difficult to adapt, until they show solidarity and the game follows, hoping it’s just a stage I can leave behind they surround the protagonist and help him overcome his crisis. We’re going to see Ryan Gosling in a very different role from the one we’re used to, super freak, super nerd, introvert, susceptible. There is a scene that stands out, it is the scene of a wake, you’ll see what happens, and it makes dislodge the viewer, taking it out of the solemn. I refer to these moments when I say that it is a mixture of drama and comedy. In general I do not make such a specific analysis as regards the technical, but I want to emphasize that in terms of aesthetics, the use is remarkable (specially when we see him in some situations), the use of gray shades and
the white color, emphasizing boredom, grief, In the whole film the protagonist is dressed in a brown garment, which represents passive sensory receptivity, dependence, lack of adaptation. and he has a blue jacket, which represents the depth of feeling and it is a concentric, passive, associative and perceptive color. The warm tones appear when Lars is in the house of his brother and sister-in-law. In short, it is a tragicomic journey through the transition of a young man with problems to socialize, that leads the viewer to want him to solve his problems and get out of that state, with serious moments, uncomfortable and comical. See you in the next video!