In my opinion, Ben Foster is one of the most underrated actors working today and this film only proves that point. He excels in the role of troubled father desperate to keep a lifestyle he knows while raising his younger daughter off the grid. You can see it in his eyes during multiple scenes where he's simply trying to keep himself together. Young Thomasin McKenzie shines in this as well. It's impressive to see someone so young match a seasoned…
"You know the story about the scorpion and the frog? Your friend Nino didn't make it across the river."
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This was a lot.
Wonderfully shot, incredible soundtrack, perfect cast, but the violence was a lot for me.
[009/365 new (to me) movies in 2019]
me *low key sobbing as a sip on my hot toddy*: This movie is perfection.
I'm sure there are flaws but I'm going to be real honest - I wasn't looking for them. I softly cried a few times during this movie. As a fat girl this movie hit me on a level I never expected it to hit. I was terrified it would be accidentally (or worse intensional) fatphobic or terribly written. I'm so glad my fears were not…