film opinions that would make ur father cry :/
It’s a beautiful and brooding display of the effects of religion and violence. We see how those two poisons riddle through a small rural community, accompanied by a stellar cast. It’s the epitome of small-town gothic-mystery that reeks of nicotine and musk, somewhat similar to takes such as Sharp Objects. The cinematography is gorgeous, and is also the glue that ties together this web of flowing characters through striking attention to detail and symbolism. Even though there is an abundance…
After my second viewing of a Portrait of a Lady on Fire, I feel definite in my feelings towards it.
First of all, it is a perfect film and has made it as my #2 spot.
Second of all, the response from various men that I’ve seen try to review this film is absurd. This film was not made for the heterosexual experience. This is one of the only films that I’ve seen that perfectly encapsulates the longing, the direness,…