A truly fantastic piece of filmmaking. Masterfully crafted.
Does anyone know when the essay is due?
A film that deals with power structures & social hierarchies with phenomenal nuance. The subtlety in each performance and the visual storytelling paints such a rich narrative, brimming with the dangers of ego, repressed feelings, masculinity and the fallout when these things are left to fester. There's a character who's entire arc is twisted on its head in the final moments of the film yet it feels completely natural in hindsight. Masterful.
The cinematography is beautiful too, particularly the rendering of…
Emma Thompson is Trewlaney!? Dawn French is the Fat Lady!? Haha wtf i haven't seen these in so long
Special shout-out to the fat young gentleman who only speaks in ominous tones about impending doom. Credited as "Bem" or "Boy 1" according to letterboxd. Who is this guy??