I felt uncomfortable watching a film set in Nazi Germany where the narrative doesn't revolve around the atrocities committed against innocent Jews. Instead, it focuses on the life of a high-ranking Nazi and his family, while the horrors unfold in the background, conveyed mainly through background noise rather than visuals. The films realism and symbolism are powerful. However, as a film, I did find it repetitive and tedious.
This was my first time watching an Argentinian film, and I was genuinely impressed. The directing style felt unique, and the cinematography was stunning, especially the shots of Buenos Aires. The story was simple and wholesome, and the relatability of the main protagonists made the movie even better.
First of all, the cinematography, visuals, set design, costume design, and color grading were stunning. The constant rain and the film being set at night for most scenes added so much to the movie's aesthetic and feel. It was refreshing to see a comic book movie that was so well-crafted and visually stunning.
Robert is definitely my favorite Batman and Bruce Wayne. It makes perfect sense for Bruce to be portrayed as depressed and dark, without a happy billionaire persona,…