“Do you like this music?
I don’t know. It makes my tummy ache.”
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Undoubtedly, one of the most beautiful films made recently.
Its cinematography is exceptional: all shots are perfect, both in imagery/ compositional and rhythmic terms, but also metaphorically. I loved the way in which the architecture was extolled, but also the small size of the individuals, specially Ida, when, subjectively, compared to a figure of power that overlaps them/her spiritually. In this way, in my opinion, the film's format is also an important factor to highlight.
One of the concepts I…