Wooah this is a resonating film. It balances all its key themes brilliantly, whilst going through banger after banger.
Garfield is simply brilliant. If he hasn't already - he's going to get big, like much bigger than his already 'big'. Loved his smiley acting in this, wholesome stuff.
Let me now scout out a nice theatre in Cornwall to go watch some of this stuff.
This film is such a film for me. Set in the late 30s/40s, war looming over England and has a stellar british cast. Call me a sucker for these types of films, but I will never get sick of them.
The cinematography was something which immediately stood out to me. It’s long, lush shots throughout were wonderful. I had a bit of feeling I’d become uninterested in these types of shots as they were used countless times, and you could…
Oh I missed a Nolan film! I did watch Tenet in the cinema, but just was just a fun mess of a film, but how he constructed The Prestige in his notorious way really excited me. Yes it can feel on the nose, and maybe in some people's views an easy twist, but his peculiar cross-cutting and hints of the twist throughout solely show how hard and detailed these films have to be to have these twists.
Nolans other work…