take that, bembridge scholars!
some really cool and unexpected body horror and a tenuous score, but ultimately falls flat lacking anything to say about the “horrors of men.” the motifs are all-over the place and half-baked, i’m not even sure what garland is even trying to say here. and yet he thinks it’s saying something bold making the film seem gratingly pretentious as well. garland’s entire filmography being composed of movies about female trauma is very?????