💚 Ashley 💚’s review published on Letterboxd:
𝐌 𝐀 𝐒 𝐓 𝐄 𝐑 𝐏 𝐈 𝐄 𝐂 𝐄
somehow, this got even better on a second watch. the film's comedic moments were given much more space to breathe (a lot of things I had previously missed were picked up on with a chuckle) and with the exception of the last little stretch, knowing the endgame just lets the film show off how airtight its script is. there is not a single line that is thrown in for no reason. I'm hearing that Portrait of a Lady on Fire might be coming for the title of Best Film of 2019, but at this rate I'm happy to call the year right now and go out with Parasite still on top. It deserves nothing less.