this is the second review I leave on letterboxd, because I’ve been hit really hard again. I am not gonna say I had no expectation because Les Particules Elementaires is my favourite book. The film clearly lacks the cynicism that permeates the pages, and while watching the movie I thought it was probably the worst thing about it. I wasn’t expecting a word-by-word adaptation, but this ended up being just wrong. Michel has some sort of epiphany, the least believable…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I am not the kind of person who leaves reviews, I reject any association with the term cinephile, film buff or anything else, I just like watching movies and rating them based only on my personal feelings and opinions.
The bitterness though has not left me. Why bitterness you would say, you watched a Nolan flick and you should know what you're getting yourself into. Yes, that is for sure. But also, fuck that.
I have been going to the…