veronica’s review published on Letterboxd:
i’m officially in love with this film, AND with roman griffin davis (where can i sign the adoption papers?), who gives a top notch performance all the way through. i’m not surprised he was nominated as best actor at the golden globes, i mean!!!
the film is absolutely brilliant, hilarious but of course it is also heart-wrenching since it is set during the most horrific and obscure time in the history of mankind
one scene in particular reminded me so much of la vita è bella (1997) by roberto benigni, which is one of my favorite movies ever, and i don’t know whether it was intentional or what and i honestly don’t care but it was beautiful, in a sad way of course
lastly, this film looks like a wes anderson film so of course i could not not love it as much as i did