gustavo gonzalez’s review published on Letterboxd:
Of Billy Wilder's versatility.
Predominant in the voice-over and the intrigue behind the case of an egocentric actress and a writer turned guest. Norma Desmond is fantastic from start to finish and next to the soundtrack my favorite thing was the over-the-shoulder shots that appear a lot throughout the film, the whole message of past glories, the suspense is pretty well accomplished and it's not at all a long movie, I entertained myself more than I expected, even knowing the end and the over-explanation surprises and the end is magnificent. It ends up being a great movie about the stars and how we simply need to fill the gap that fame leaves us.
The stars do not age or do they?