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"clem"’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
Is nothing sacred to you?
Annette hurts, but in a good and strange way.
it's filled with an unsettling but charming beauty hidden in each one of its characters, you hate to fall in love with them, with these faces of deranged monsters, all driven by this very obfuscated vision of love in this fascinating tragedy.
there is such a thing as a soul, and Annette has proven it to me. I understand it now. Because it's been almost a day since i saw it and i am pretty sure the presence of Ann will haunt me forever, i can still hear her sing
"we love each other so much"
and the image of her falling down the deep dark sea won't leave my mind.