horror enthusiast, but also a sucker for a good ass rom com. here to splurge my feels about film so i can leave my twitter followers alone.
I enjoyed this one. Its not perfect; its clear that Emerald Fennell is still growing as a director, but overall this was a solid film. Funny, a little gross, but also wildly beautiful. Fennell knows how to make a beautiful film. She struggles, However, to make a sensible ending. Just as her first film Promising Young Woman did, this one starts to fall a part a bit towards the end there. It just felt rushed, especially in opposition to the well-thought out first and second act.
Nonetheless, was still entertained and entirely immersed in the world of Saltburn.
a white woman directing this is ?????? Kinda yikes. I like Rebecca Hall too! I just don’t want to see black women stories told through the lenses of white women.
I finished a movie and as a passing light skin black woman this not compelling in the slightest. Its so bad it works as satire. I don’t expect nonblack folks to understand this and the reviews on here are clearly a result of white people not understanding colorism in the…