casual film watcher dreaming of one day becoming the filmmaker
Zoey Deutch is amazing as usual as she frequently excels in such unlikeable protagonist roles.
Was just looking for a not too heavy film for a watch and thought this might provide some enjoyment with an interesting premise. Thought the pacing started really well, didn't take too long to get into the meat of the plot while just quickly providing the setting and necessary character backstory. Got a little bit weaker at the later parts but generally it does portray…
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Glad to have caught this in theatres after about a week of trying to catch it during a busy time at work. Slightly embarrassed that this is my first Jordan Peele film but it gives me even more motivation to watch Get Out and Us now.
There is a lot to unpack in this film and I shall not try to do it as many others have. But I just really enjoyed how it makes me feel throughout the film…
Back again after a week. A little disappointed that we're starting with Blue again, and that only the fourth and last parts switched if I'm not wrong. But aside from the chance for different permutations (which can be seen as gimmicky), the film was still about as enjoyable due to the beautiful moments and atmosphere that was crafted throughout, just like how we experience life. There is not much else to add, I can and I'd love to watch this…
Finally watching Tsai Ming-liang for the first time and what an experience it was. Didn't what to expect as I wasn't familiar with his style at all except that he's an acclaimed filmmaker.
The first shot already totally got me into the film. Genuine, mundane, calming, and beautiful. What followed was a series of similar still, long takes that interweave daily scenes of Kang and Non, never revealing more than it has to show us what is happening at the…