“it’s not that simple” -Harriet,
“nothing ever is” - Luce,
If a teacher gives out an open ended question, she must prepare for any answer from the student.
Been rewatching films that I enjoyed or found interesting in 2019 with my mind on the Oscars. This is my favorite film of 2019 that got no formal recognition of any sort. Luce is an experiment in moral ambiguity with characters that all tow the line between right and wrong, making it difficult to establish who you are rooting for in the film and even more difficult to distinguish between truth and reality. I've never seen a film do this particular thing better than Luce. Especially of interest is Kelvin Harrison Jr., whom I believe was overlooked for awards consideration, in the titular role.