dubbed by my film professor as "queen of the lonely people"
I love quiet, subdued films. I love films that consider the spaces they take as characters all their own, each location working, not just in conjunction, but in harmony with the characters occupying their space. and that’s exactly what Kogonada did— let the city’s architecture take a defining role. every shot is meticulous and gratifying.... so emotive, and handled with such care. everything works in such a delicate balance to carry each character through a meditative, emotional progression. to me,…