Favorite films

  • Crash
  • Velvet Goldmine
  • Flesh
  • A Home at the End of the World

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  • After Yang

  • Licorice Pizza

  • Titane


Recent reviews

  • After Yang

    After Yang

    endless endless tears

    kogonada has an explicable understanding of the human heart and his ability to lay it bare in the most delicate, tender ways always renders me awestruck (and half the time, ugly sobbing). he understands the intricacies of feeling, how the smallest things may tug at our minds and at our hearts. one of the most empathetic, sincere filmmakers working today.

  • Licorice Pizza

    Licorice Pizza

    in the words of the great cher horowitz, "a full-on monet."
    or in other words, is there really anything there behind the pretty facade?

    alana haim, however, is indeed a star.

    ETA: saw this with someone who is now the most abusive piece of shit! so in my heart this is a one star movie just for the awful memories <3

Popular reviews

  • How I Live Now

    How I Live Now

    sorry i can't properly rate this i fully lost consciousness a quarter of the way through the movie because my ass was violently astral-projected into the fifth dimension watching george mackay (a) pet and herd some cows, (b) chop wood, (c) go swimming in a lake, and (d) care for an injured hawk, among many other things ALL while wearing some very soft sweaters and you know what?
    for someone who cannot stop daydreaming about eloping with this man to…

  • And Then We Danced

    And Then We Danced


    the way that merab rests his head in the crook of irakli's neck, leans up just slightly to kiss it, then turns to face him and look him in the eyes. like a flower turning up towards the sun, blooming before us.

    the way that we are sent weaving through room after room after david's wedding, after irakli's heartbreaking confession. the way we linger on family members talking, dancing, celebrating.
    (so so so much love in every single one of…