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Jack, Wendy, and Danny spending the winter at the Overlook Hotel. The interview. Fuckin' Tony. Cabin fuckin' Fever. Blood. Closing day. High elevation. Cannibals. Darts. Twins. The Gold Room. Fuckin' Dick. Danny loves Ketchup. TANG. The Shine. Fuck you Room 237! Power fuckin' Wheels. A typewriter. Wall ball. Mini-maze. Jack the Grouch. Jack's sweater. High-tech audio equipment. O-VER. The way Danny closes his eyes. Mickey Mouse. Awesome fuckin' carpet. Losing your fuckin' mind. Jack's fuckin' eyes. Jack's fuckin' laugh. Lloyd's…
There is Daniel Day Lewis' performance, a standard which has become almost ludicrously normal for the man now. Paul Thomas Anderson's assured writing and direction instils an epic feel within the stripped down surroundings. Then there is the music. The score by Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood will be the first thing that coats you in the thickness of the black atmosphere.
Greenwood's compositional skills have developed over the arc of Radiohead's career, pushed forward after the group dropped their guitars post…
First off, here's a link to my second,
more in depth but spoiler heavy review: letterboxd.com/elihayes/film/under-the-skin-2013/1/
And I thought Mysterious Object at Noon was experimental.
And I thought Heart of Glass was strange.
And I thought Inland Empire was scary.
I'm not going to bother putting my thoughts into paragraphs or trying to transition between sentences because 1) I'm still pretty out of touch with my surroundings from the experience of watching this film, and 2) I feel like, when…