I contain multitudes
(one of which is a heavy dose of recency bias)
My favourite parts of the movie were when Ethan Hawke wasn’t speaking, his character was kinda annoying lmao.
Speaking of not speaking, I do think some of the best parts of this were when there was silence. Obviously the music booth scene (I was uncontrollably smiling during it), and all the moments when they walked quietly and the beginning/tail ends of some scenes. I’m appreciative of these wordless moments of intimacy, but part of me wishes we got more of…
If I don’t get a (twink) boyfriend soon I’m turning this account into a proana account idc I’m done
My inner Pinterest/Tumblr girl had a field day with this one. Was such an astoundingly aesthetically pleasing film but it felt like it lacked some substance, or should I say ‘meat’ at times. Despite the film missing a certain spark, it still managed to leave me feeling empty, lonely and yearning (in a good way). Ending was kinda predictable but that…