Julia Lockwood sheesh.
The early word on this one was that it didn't quite work and was much too long. I'm thinking maybe soon we stop listening to the early word, whoever that is. This is carefully, lovingly made to be just about as fucked as possible and still play in the occasional mall theater. Amirpour is for real, and even if this film suffers the critical slings and arrows of similarly ambitious projects, it is bound to find its audience eventually, and…