The communist Dolores Umbridge!
This was great. What a gorgeous movie. This is a kind of film in which every single scene is carefully crafted to perfection. The dialogues. The acting. The scenarios. Everything so meticulously put in place. A true work of art, a masterpiece. So touching, deeply heart-wrenching. This movie will make you feel stuff. Also, Italy is so fucking gorgeous. Can I move there? Oh, and let's please stop for a moment to appreciate Timothée Chalamet, one of the most promising actors I have seen in years. Astounding performance. Oscar-worthy.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
So, here's the deal: I loved the movie, but it has a few flaws. Some scenes are amazing, touching you deep within. Others are just... awful. Cringey. Weird. They just didn't sound right. And I don't mean awful as in making you feel bad (that isn't a problem: scenes who have a big impact on you are usually the best). I mean awful as in poorly made. Strange dialogues that make you feel really weird and want to just stop…