elon university cinema and television arts bfa '23
i stand here, looking back on my blank computer screen. the film i had just seen had ended, and unlike a typical watch -- i sat there, and closed my eyes. tears had been pouring down my cheeks, and i quietly reflected. my life, in the past few months, felt like a dream of sorts. i can't believe some of what i am processing with my retina, the changing of landscapes and of people, relationships. i felt so dearly a…
dailey moore's unfinished sits amid a vacuum of nostalgic and emotional honesty in the way few films, or even, and especially -- short films, have sat with me. the entire experience feels so raw because of dailey's confidence with her mise en scène and her willingness to shoot characters that feel real.
there is so much technical nuance going on not only with the intimate production of it all, but with the script and cast as well. each actor embodied…
Nature has cunning ways of finding your weakest spot.
This line perfectly encapsulates this whole film. The feeling, atmosphere and overall taste this film gave to not only my viewing experience but my life in general.
This film is brutal. Brutal in its themes and daft lonelyness, but also warm, inviting and delightful. It mixes these two elements so smoothly and realistically.
The film states a universal theme: that love between two humans, no matter the age or sex - is…
I cannot even explain how I felt towards the end of seeing The Killing of a Sacred Deer.
I received shivers pretty much every ten minutes.
What Lanthimos has done here is astounding to say the least. He manages to create a film so ethereal and full of sublimity that you just can't help but feel embarred into his fucked up world.
The "Sacred Deer" is purity.
The ending is so haunting.
I could go on, but I wont. Just see it for yourself.