The only Bret Easton Ellis adaptation I’ve seen with some actual heart to it. I mean, it’s still not good, but the soundtrack and cinematography mostly made up for how little of a shit I gave about any of the characters.
Film as an act of rebellion. An Iranian-American spin on Shadows/Mean Streets that I never thought I needed until now. Where this really shines is in its editing, which becomes straight-up impressionistic at times.