🎥Marcelo Becerra Nicolas🧑💻’s review published on Letterboxd:
“Keeping Secrets aren’t you Ye?”
The Lighthouse’s forbidden atmosphere drags larger than life experience out of it. Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe play off each other giving excellent performances. Robert Eggar’s dysfunctional cabin fever latches surreal elements too classes were Robert Pattinson & Willem
Dafoe have laughable chemistry both stuck on a never ending island in the middle of nowhere.
I founded the film’s tone so cold, broken like pieces of wooden thrown on the floor. Robert Eggar’s 4x4 aspect ratio mesmerizes a world of fiction relating on loud trumpets surrounding Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe’s violent outrageous burst only one of them can escape. There isn’t any cliche horror element, Robert Eggar’s taunting direction, powerhouse performances from
Pattinson/Dafoe play aggressive versions of ourselves in Cabin Fever more natural than what Pattinson and Dafoe both handle in this film.
By this film alone, The Lighthouse without a doubt amazingly well shot, the music was in the right place at the right time, the black and white style were very tense despite Robert Eggar putting relaxed elements in their before rapping wildly into the night. Also the film is treated like a comedy because Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe both give laughable talent no other actor can proceed. I have no words describing The Lighthouse nobody else need to understand but at the same time, Dafoe and Pattinson stare at each other in disbelieve wondering there in the right movie or there just drunk enough to spit their lines.