Some of trick cinema's finest offerings. Love, love, LOVE the opening house animation in this.
Absolutely fucking not. I categorically reject everything this has to say about trauma, storytelling, and also just making a watchable movie. If I wasnt seeing this with a group of friends I would've walked out at at least a half dozen points. Cannot believe the good will this is getting.
[This is gonna be a real personal one, so throwing up CWs for depression and suicide, with minimal discussion of the film's actual story and techniques (Which are, of course, some of animation's finest, messy as they may be, plus sporting the Instrumentality sequence which is just my favorite film scene). Sorry in advance for people coming for a normal review.]
What's done is done, it feels so bad
What once was happy now is sad
I'll never love again…