Dillon(!)’s review published on Letterboxd:
"We didn't need dialogue. We had faces!"
Analyzing both the best and worst surprises Hollywood has to offer in its remarkably equipped durability keeping spectators spellbound and wild cleverness worthy of one of the greatest performances ever put to screen from the hauntingly brilliant Gloria Swanson, Sunset Boulevard presents an obsessive portrait of sardonic success that sees through the significant illusions within other dramas while it sharply serves as an immensely entertaining combination of adroit noir, riveting sadness, and an extraordinary character study; the final shot shall forever haunt me.