Watched over the course of 2 days and by the second day I pretty much forgot what had happened on the previous viewing. The only aspect working for this film is Oldman’s performance which is phenomenal in every aspect. It carries this movie and is the only reason people will even remember it. Other than that it’s just insanely forgettable and average.
This film is a true masterpiece of cinema. At clocking in around three hours, this film surprisingly keeps you engaged with its characters. Never once did I get bored or look at my phone to check the time. The acting is great but the dubbing sometimes did not match the lips of characters. I do not know if that has something to do with Netflix but it was a little distracting. But other than that this film is a masterpiece. It will defiantly be taking a spot in my favorite movies of all time list.
When I first saw this movie, I thought it was very good, very endearing, as well as very sad. It had a unique and practical charm to it. At the time I saw it, I thought this film was a bit overrated. Seeing this now after growing up a bit, having a few more relationships, and really paying attention to the music, the lighting, and the camera work, I can say that this is one of my favorite films ever.…