I loved Norma Desmond since her very first line. It's always amazing to see a female character being so strong, complex, and interesting especially in the 1950s. The dialogue was very fun and the story keeps you interested the whole time even though you know what it's going to happen at the end.
As someone who grew up in a very religious environment and was a teenager in the early 2000s, I found "Yes, God, Yes" very relatable. I remember having those "shameful" and "perverted" thoughts and thinking I was going to hell just for watching porn. This movie touches the subject of teenage sexual curiosity when you are religious and the hypocrisy of not practicing what you preach in a humorous way.
I think in this rewatch I liked this movie even more. It was just as nail-biting and gripping as the first time. "1917" is probably the closest experience you might get from what it's like to be in a war. It's a journey full of horror and death that you take with the two main characters Schofield and Blake with a satisfying but bittersweet kind of ending.