backtrack; King Kong (1933)

When seen today, the top-notch special effects of this thirties horror movie looks like a low-budget 70s tv show for children. And a lot of the storytelling is mainly long parades of action scenes tucked to each other.

Despite this, something resonates within me. Boyhood nostalgia regarding lost worlds and dinosaurs, of course. But also the moody atmosphere and the impossible love affair of the big clumsy ape. In my book.

Kingkong

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