Currently studying Graphic Design at Central Saint Martins | Love ballet and film
A very good cinematic experience.
This film is very violent without showing a lot of physical violence and you always have the sense that something it's wrong and it's never going to be quite okay.
Although the film presents to us a very traumatic story involving violence and abuse, i think the scene that will stay with me will probably be the most quiet, emotional and nature-like scene of the whole movie where Joaquim Pheonix is making his mother's funeral in that beautiful, harmonious lake. That was truly beautiful and Joaquim delivers it in a very superb way without making it a cliché. Bravo.