Thursday 2 November 2017

Chinatown - 1974

Strange isn't it? How Polanski directed this movie (which stars Jack Nicholson) just before drugging and anally raping a 13 year old girl in Jack Nicholson's apartment and legging it to France. 

The irony is that he inserts himself into the movie for a cameo gangster role where he slits Nicholson's nose.

I would argue this act was mirrored in real life, through the movie, in a way that we saw synchronism echo massively in Rosemary's Baby

Again directed by Polanski.

It's as if the potential use of some kind of synchronism-sorcery has a ripple-effect on an event that acts as an alarm bell to those with a nose to tell.

I was tipped off about Chinatown by Jay Weidner who has redeemed himself in recent months by talking openly about Chosenite influence and spilling the beans on Spielberg.

Faye Dunaway is great as usual. Portraying the most untrustworthy of women though she does have an excuse. The opening scene is about blackmail and at the end (spoiler alert) it's about her super elite father raping her and producing both a daughter and a sister.

And that's how Hollyweird rolls.