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addisonhutch’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
Even better on second viewing - there is not a wasted second here, from the radio broadcast playing over the opening scenes at the barn to the opening credits to the final shots.
Still working my way through what this has to say about our culture, the media, our desire to record everything and the hubris of exploiting what we can’t understand or control for material ends or survival.
The final scenes with the cinematographer worked better for me with the knowledge of what was to come - I think I didn’t fully catch his final line that really make his final moments mean something.
Also I can’t get enough Keke