Beautifully cynical, existential western perfect for the current day and age. Pullman is excellent as the anti-John Wayne title character. Morally and ethically confusing and gray like all the great westerns.
Call Me By Your Name is quite good. Many films have approached the subject of love in ways that very plainly explore the dichotomy of pain and joy that forever make the subject so compelling and true to experience. Never have I seen a film, however, that holds all of the complex and convoluted emotions that accompany love in all its forms with so such an open and unbiased hand. This film is relentless in fully exploring all of the…
I have decided that there is no possible way for me to rank this film. I cannot disconnect the film itself from the music and the performance. As I was fortunate enough to see Sufjan on this tour I am also unable to disconnect the film or the music itself from the profound, life changing experience that it was to see this show live. I know the film reminded me of that feeling which is something I'm very grateful for. I will simply click on the little heart, go to my room and cry for joy of life and art, and leave it at that.