Dialog construction is fair and the plot includes several compellingly told events, but it gets bogged down with too many stock characters moodily
contemplating their situations.
A severe black hairstyle and red lipstick completes the look along with some oversize hooped earrings as she moodily
carries a sugary pink cake, flanked by two men in uniform with guns.
lensed on Italian and Romanian locations by Gonzalo Amat, "The Devil Inside" benefits from persuasive performances by its lead players (Quarterman and Helmuth are particularly impressive) and special effects that are all the more striking for being used so sparingly.
Two brass bulls ready to charge mark the entrance to the moodily
lit restaurant which then fans out into a vast dining area.
Wearing a striking all-black outfit of almost floor-length coat, boots and feathers in her hair, she, by turns, stood moodily
lit from above by a wash of white light or appeared out of total darkness when it was her turn to sing.
WHAT'S A MOODILY
LIT LOS ANGELES CITYSCAPE DOING ON the cover of American Theatre?
Here he is, speculating moodily
on the lucid prose of his famous contemporary Hjalmar Soderberg: "Writing .
But it's also funny, moodily
shifting from black comedy to wild slapstick, and that makes this film special.
THat's what they call these bare volcanic hills/Slamming against the sky with green and brown/With rocks and bracken, tiny clutching trees/They rise up like an aria then dwell/Heavily and moodily
and great/So I am mad, and moody, and not great//The sheep are silly here, even insane/They wander up Helvellyn in a daze/Snorting up the bracken which is bitter/And grows madly, cigarettes for sheep.
David, with tattoos on show and wearing just a pair of trunks, stares moodily
at the camera.
2 : a short sudden pull or jerk <Charlotte gave her web a twitch and moodily
watched it sway.
In my experience, the British leg is best hidden from the gaze of strangers," she said, moodily
contemplating the arrival of mini-skirts on the streets of Birkenhead.