Leatherface’s true crime... was love.
Even more insane than its antagonists.
Also, it has one of the best and weirdest fencing battles in cinema history.
Whether it's the rambunctiousness of REQUIM FOR A DREAM, the bleak eroticism of BLACK SWAN, or the nihilistic insanity of NOAH, Darren Aronofsky has been working hard for decades to cement his place in the film industry as one of the most uncompromising talents enforcing his own sense of vision. Lacking the ability to create a crowd-pleasing narrative, Aronofsky has fueled some of the most controversial (and understated) fire maybe more than any modern filmmaker. One critic recently compared his…
"She's the real star of the picture!"
still incredibly potent in its depiction of love, the film industry, and the way those two can conflict.
but that's mostly under the surface.
on the surface, everything works just as well, with wonderful cast chemistry, excellent direction, and superb musical numbers which cement its place as one of the finest musicals ever produced for the screen.