Abe: So much of philosophy is just verbal masturbation.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Never cried that much before.
Alfredo: Get out of here! Go back to Rome. You're young and the world is yours. I'm old. I don't want to hear you talk anymore. I want to hear others talking about you. Don't come back. Don't think about us. Don't look back. Don't write. Don't give in to nostalgia. Forget us all. If you do and you come back, don't come see me. I won't let you in my house. Understand?
Even with this simple story, this film's screenplay is
extremely cohesive and outstanding in keeping the audience's eyes plugged on the screen. Every little detail shown is important for the full understanding.
Although I did found the ending some kind of fastly solved, it still a great pic and for sure the best film of this year so far.
Sunny Suljic performance is simply outstanding, and the soundtrack is undoubtedly amazing. However, there are plenty of issues in the plot. There was a lack of development in the progression of some characters
who are supposed to be main characters on the story, like Ian (poorly misshandled on the screen) and his careless mother, Altought, it's always nice to see new directors and screenwriters emerging in hollywood nowadays, especially at a time when the main productions are very much alike,…