The pervasive wrongness and deliberate misuse of filmmaking styles in this film make it its unsettling nature so eerie, lasting, and incredible to enjoy. The neon fluorescence of the palette should be out-of-place in a horror, the first death scene is harrowingly early in the film (along with being suitably extreme), the sound mixing twists serene and hypnotic melodies into sharp and piercing soundtracks to dialogue built on double meaning and knowledge that the mere observer, restricted to observing scenes through Argento's fluid and sweeping camera styles, is refused, to further make the whole thing feel…wrong.
If you’ve ever walked down a dark alley at night and foreseen the inevitable unwanted encounter with an obvious would-be-mugger, then you’ve had a similar, albeit probably more pleasurable experience than watching this film. You & Me Forever is a coming-of-age drama centred around the teenage best friends Laura (Julie Andersen) & Christine (Emilie Kruse) and the new girl in town who comes between them and exposes Laura to the more experimental side of adolescence. However, the sides of adolescence shown here,…