Absolutely incredible filmmaking. The on screen chemistry is so strong its almost tangible, and I truly feel like only film could have conveyed this story so powerfully.
Pure art, pure cinema.
2019 Movie Marathon
Watching it again, I really am starting to view this as one of the most important films of the decade.
It is absolutely mind blowing that this film was made with DVD residuals from Panos Cosmatos' late father's film Tombstone, and every single dollar is up on the screen here.
Its the perfect kind of film for me, one that seems inaccessible at first, but has a lot to dissect on re-watches.
Both of Cosmatos films got…
Ehh...I don't want to live in a world where Roman Polanski is a free man and Bruce Lee is a phony asshole. Not even for the (still overly long) 2 hours and 40 mins.
There are too many great movies being made these days to spend this much time watching Quentin Tarantino's spank bank, which is to say a gratuitous amount of bare feet and random ass shots, and of course some 60's movie reference, trailer, radio commercial or guitar…
Please stop rating random documentaries as if they were the show.
Why is this a thing that exists?
A wildly offensive film which attempts to pose questions about rape and consent that the world really does not need to be asking right now.
I feel more like this is going to play a part in actually harming positive change when it comes to consent and the awareness of consent.
Very clearly written by a man from a woman's perspective, and what a man's view of a "strong woman" should look like.…