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will probably need to watch again. spectacularly creepy and somehow endearing. strange and brutal, yet all too true. ultimately, i think the film would've pulled me more were it a short ~ i found myself multitasking at points. if you're going to watch, definitely try a bigger screen and not the laptop or computer. a love letter to the internet.
would like to watch again. the pacing in the first hour really was a disservice for me and the score coming in at every single moment as a horror device was distracting. beyond that, this film reaches for some really great spots: horror, ghosts, futurity, time travel, and coming of age in rural Lao. i actually think this could be adapted into a phenomenal play, as well. the cast is doing what needs to be done. beautiful direction by Mattie Do. it's the script that took me out. it's a film that i hope more people see, though, much like Tigers Are Not Afraid
i've seen Spencer 3 times, now. the first two times were by myself on Nov. 9th and 10th. im deeply enthralled. Kristen Stewart can WALK down a hallway, ok? Like, fr fr. the way she embodies her character was brilliant. the way she moves as Diana, in particular how she turns on the tips of her feet — I’ll never get over it. thank you so much John Greenwood for the song "Crucifix". it's been such a long time since…