Stewart’s line ”one on, one off, one in the wash” as filmmaker’s ethos (and all the better for it).
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
There could potentially be a reality in which it was funny that this Anne Frank-for-kids, as made by committee, as seen from the POV of the little Nazi boy who wants to fuck her, boring ass movie was being hailed as one of the high points of the moving image, but it’s definitely not this one. The didacticism of its moral setup could actually have worked had the drama not been stripped of complexity to the point of stupidity. There’s…