“Art is the experience of what you've felt inside.”
- Abbas Kiarostami
Body horror movies not only are the greatest horror movies, but they also have interesting and original ideas that other movies don’t have, and this movie was no exception.
This film is so grotesque that I can’t help but love it, I would’ve loved it more if I connected a little bit more, but I’ll probably will on a rewatch.
Again a movie that may seem like not much is happening but actually is deeper in meaning, all thanks to a great screenplay and direction by the Coen Brothers.
Pretty much an existential film like “A serious man “, with too much explored in this that it may need some research to fully understand if you are not familiar with the material.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
There are probably a lot of criticisms about the pacing, the lack of action, too much talking, and a lot of exposition, but this was the only way they could’ve done this film. There’s a lot that had to be established in this film so people could understand the story, the characters, and the world, and while it had its fair share of slow moments, I’m glad they did it this way. Just compare it to Lynch’s Dune which was…