Mathieu Nolet’s review published on Letterboxd:
This was fucking beautiful.
I mean that poetically and visually.
Friedkin tells a beautiful story of desperation through fitting and stunning imagery.
The last first-time watch I genuinely enjoyed was Drive-In Massacre, and that feels like it was ages ago.
I have to thank Willy Freddy and Willy Green for ending this depressing streak of disappointment and boredom.