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Seb’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
Another powerhouse of a film from Cassavetes.
Yet again, seemingly much ahead of his time. This was made in 1974.
Cassavetes here studies the effects on mental instability on a family, one that Harmony Korine would study in his film Julien Donkey-Boy (interesting, as Korine states Cassavetes as an influence).
A subject which I am personally passionate about; mental health, the psycology of people, so this really hit home for me.
This is a hard watch at times, and may be too much for some people.
However, this deserves to be seen; this is the sort of film which can increase sympathy, understanding, and generally increase the empathy in a society.
Incredible again from Cassavetes.