Aaron Fenn’s review published on Letterboxd:
Faces seen through muddied windshields, reflections on a department store's windows, trains moving in circles, muted pastels, frames within frames, seas of men separating two women, eyes darting, lips pursing, a spectrum of emotion across subtle glances, a hand on a shoulder.
Carol is a brilliant, expertly crafted, wonderfully acted, divinely emotional meditation on love, relationships, and the true inner-feelings that lie behind the words we speak.
Todd Haynes has made a film that's so impeccably shot, lit, costumed, performed, and written that it makes you want to hang every frame on the wall like a painting.
Never has a hand touching a shoulder felt so beautiful, elegant, and richly complex.
One of the best films of 2015 my mom is sure to find utterly boring.