Best short ever??
Was indeed very emotional
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Drive my car is about coming to face to face with our grief and learning to move past it.It exposes the wounds we keep hidden and tries to heal them.
The lead,Yusuke,is still haunted by his daughter's death 20 years later and has distanced himself emotionally from his wife.That takes a toll on their marriage and she tries to find carnal satisfaction in other men.Yet she can't leave him,knowing how it could break his already fragile reality.Her spirit still deeply…
While it's not without it's fair share of problems,this second watch cements it as not only one of my favorite Tarantinos but a new favorite film period.I actually enjoyed it even more the second time where all the anxiety of the hype,as the whole "Will it live up to expectations or disappoint?",was gone and I could just sit back relax and have a great time.While both theaters I went to see it were surprisingly empty for…
Is there a better way to start your day?Especially when that day is your birthday??I waited months to rewatch it in my birthday with friends but the wait was worth it :D This movie does indeed get better every time
By the way to celebrate hitting 250 followers on letterboxd I started a "You pick I watch" challenge so get dem recs ready ;D
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