Paul Stavropoulos’s review published on Letterboxd:
This viewing I really appreciated the way Wes uses the ornate against the vulgar, the sacred juxtaposed against the profane.
Haven't seen it since it's release but I didn't remember the ending being so bittersweetly bleak. Still a favourite and I love the implications of the cascading storytelling.
Ralph Fiennes gives one of my favourite performances ever.
I really can't fathom how you could be a fan of the art form and not love this film.