KENNETH BRANAGH

KENNETH BRANAGH

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TEN REFLECTIONS ON KENNETH BRANAGH’S MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS

By Victor Bruno

However, as I pointed in elsewhere, the Branaghian cinema—if such exists—is marked by a gracious prudence that is becoming of a film like Murder. In Cinderella, he dealt with a fairy-tale world, and this world does not exist except in our dreams and in the imaginative people. The fairy-tale world—not unlike the detective world mentioned above—is a make-believe world, a world of correctness and balance and where the slightest injustice will meet its comeuppance in transcendent fashion (that is, the fairy-tale is a world of perfect natural justice).

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