Talk cosmic horror to me
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
It's a solid story about generational suffering, mental disorder, and poverty. The central theme is in the son's struggle to integrate his upbringing with the upper society he strives to fit in to. I think I can relate to that. And what I love about JD is that he succeeds in integrating, without abandoning his identity like we often see in less decent films.
Also welcome Mamaw to my list of Parental Figure Cinematic Universe hahaha
Note: since I'm not…