sad mode: activated
why yes sir i do love watching other people work through their traumas while i ignore my own 😍
in all honesty though, this was a wild ride and i loved every second of it. the show weaves a concoction of tales programmed within a larger plot, taking you on a manic journey through the minds of two complex characters - a beautiful psychological fantasy dealing with very real realities.
ps. i love u sonoya when r u free to hang
‘i want you to be the best version of yourself’
‘what if this IS the best version??’
this movie absolutely hit home. i cant even begin to explain the fucking emotional rollercoaster i’ve been on, not only during, but also after watching lady bird.
this is the truth about growing up, yet not wanting the responsibilty that comes with it.
the truth about yearning to leave and be free from those around us, yet wanting and needing unconditional love from…
on the surface lies an entertaining, dramatic, and hilarious biopic. peel back a few layers and the film portrays quite a tragic storyline of tonya harding’s life: before, during, and after the ‘incident’. it’s hard to get an actual grasp on the truth or form a cohesive opinion on tonya, however i will say that i left the cinema feeling sympathetic towards her character.
the interview-centric unfolding of events worked charmingly, and all close ups and skating routines were so…