A very slight story but Jeanne Moreau lifts it to something greater.
Iannucci's "In the Loop" is one of my Top 5 comedies and his style works perfectly in this VERY dark historical movie.
Not only a great documentary about the legendary cinematographer but also a surprisingly moving father-son story.
Alan Alda, Lauren Hutton and 60s nostalgia are the only positives in what should've been a great movie(it was ruined by horrid direction).
Considering the subject matter, I was surprised that this felt like a wholesome family movie with interesting 16mm cinematography.
Wow, I never knew Nikolai Fraiture was a French film student before joining The Strokes.
Has to be seen to be believed.
I don't have the words to describe how unique this film is.
Masterful camera movement.
One of the most impressive films ever made.
Jonathan Ames gives a great improvised performance.
THIS should've been called "mother!" and Aronofsky's movie should've been called "Wildlife" instead.