Ryan’s review published on Letterboxd:
Paul Thomas Anderson at his most restrained, but certainly not at his smallest. Thematically speaking, Phantom Thread feels big. It’s almost impossible for me to dig into it’s meaning having only seen it once, but it’s portrayal of the happiness and the rage that comes with being in love creates some of the most thrilling moments on screen this year. Look out for anytime a dinner between Alma and Reynolds is involved.
Vicky Krieps is electric, and every time the camera turns to her, the screen crackles with energy and life. One of the best performances of the year.