film criticizing architecture

There are few films where architecture is taken as an element to criticize. Basically it is not only architecture but also the context which is under the criticism. The lifestyle of modern world, expanding urbanity and darkness of a mechanical future are the topics which are under scrutiny here. notable few films are listed below:

Brazil by Terry Gilliam

In which Annie gives it those ones (annie) by Arundhati roy and Pradip Krishen

Mon Oncle (My Uncle) by Jacques Tati

Play Time (1967) by Jacques Tati

Sleeper by Woody Allen

soylent green by Richard Fleischer

Studio Ghibli analysing urbanism: three films (Princess Mononoke, PomPoko, Kiki"s Delivery Service) by Miyazaki and Takahata


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