JPL finds love in a hopeless place and gives perhaps his most alien performance, which is really saying something.
I approached this as usual, like a canonical chore! It's petty and a nuisance, but I don't like my completist bent, I don't want movie homework, and so I can sometimes be less open hearted than I'd like to be when it comes to the real macdaddies of film academe, like this one.
There's usually some sort of technical board pin to spot. The first film to employ such-and-such. Poetic Realism in the case of this film, apprently. But that…