Just as good the second time around. Fortunate to get to see it on the big screen at LACMA this time.
It feels like Harold and Maude takes so many risks while managing to stay super accessible and while keeping the characters authentic. It feels so fearless and unafraid to embrace choices that create the best cinematic punch. A good reminder that an emotionally authentic story can still play with the medium and not lose impact.
Also (without spoiling) the visual character development they do with Maude in one scene that goes unaddressed is one of my favorite choices in any movie.