wersly’s review published on Letterboxd:
First I watched this movie from start to finish. Then I watched each scene again, from finish to start; and marvelled at the perfect linkages between and across each scene. Bong Joon Ho must have some thing for linearity and linear story telling: this was manifested directly in Snowpiercer, by the structure of the train dictating the functions of the story, and more subtly here by the structure of the family and the one-by-one nature of the con. Sick.
Also random but something about the color grading and lighting in this film makes me think of contemporary luxury goods advertising (mostly of sports cars, smart phones, and maybe fancy colognes or some shit) and I think that's pretty neat.