Had to switch it off about 30 mins in as I hadn't laughed once and it already felt like I'd been watching it for over an hour
Thanks Luca Guadagnino. I'm not eating an apricot EVER again. Just in case.
Great performances. Potent sense of the steaminess and sexiness of being on a burgois holiday frolicking in streams and cycling between bottles of wine and pasta.
I wasn't on board with the love story between Elliot and Oliver. Elliot's motivations I could understand - he's a horny 17 year old looking to get his end away. Oliver however, just comes off as creepy and exploitative. After all…
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A documentary about one of the, if not THE most catastrophic human-influenced natural disasters that nobody is talking about. This film tries to correct that.
I found it's central message admirable and honourable, the only problem was that in its narrative, form and pacing, this is a bit of a meandering and flat viewing experience.
It needed more oomph, more punch in the feels emotion throughout. They should have started the film with the beautiful imagery of healthy reefs, then…