Nathan Fielder pushes himself every season.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I could have sat around in a car driving around old Hollywood with you all day, I can see how much you love it Quentin, you love it so much you didn’t even want to put your own voice into the film. The dialogue is so sparse and you didn’t even cast yourself anywhere. You just wanted to hear the silence whir, peoples boots stepping on tarmac, the lone cowboys of the 60’s, the true America. The era is wrapping…
This film has to be seen in a cinema, not on the big screen, but in a space with a large audience.
This film offered a unique experience in its final moments of credits:
The screening was sold out, everyone sat there dumbstruck by the film they had just seen, and then like any film the trickle of voices began. Voices discussing the film, voices discussing other films they had seen, voices discussing any random thing.
And the film over…
When I saw this live it changed my life. I sobbed hysterically from the moment it ended until I slept. Because of this show I gave up watching films by abusers and came out to my family as bisexual and genderqueer.
This is essential viewing for everyone. Hannah Gadsby's story deserves to be told right and it should be heard.