Gerwig got me at the non-consacrated-wafers.
Also what happens with the drama teacher-priest?
It really talks about what kind of Jesus image we create in ourselves and how that actually meets with the real Jesus.
It's fascinating to examine all these viewpoints that the sick think of Jesus as the great healer; Mary thinks of Jesus as a potential lover, friend, confidant or master; Herod mocks Jesus for not being this omnipotent God that everyone talks about or Judas who thinks of Jesus as this leader who will create a big change in…
It is obvious that Gilespie wanted to tell a deep, haunting story through an entertaining, rewatchable movie. I, Tonya is really fun. It is exciting.
But this story deserve's more. Tonya deserves more.
Not just as an american star, but mainly as an abused child and woman.
Also the ending was kinda reassuring to me that Tonya is fine? That all of this is actually fine? Because that's what Tonya is? A type of character that is always failing but…