• May December

    May December


    the tension between actress-as-anthropologist, actress-as-artist, actress-as-girlboss and actress-as-bloodsucker in natalie portman's character's behaviour is so compelling and also kind of the source of the actual humour to be found in the movie.

  • Wife of a Spy

    Wife of a Spy

    nearly at ryusuke hamaguchi completionist level.
    this was my first kiyoshi kurosawa film so i'm not that familiar with what he does, but i found it really compelling how the screenplay retains some themes ryusuke hamaguchi is interested in. also, one of the most impactful endings i remember seeing in a while

  • Evil Does Not Exist

    Evil Does Not Exist


    eiko ishibashi is coming for my spotify wrapped

  • Do Not Expect Too Much from the End of the World

    Do Not Expect Too Much from the End of the World


    taken aback by how good this was

  • May December

    May December


    was already rooting for charles melton & very happy when he started getting good reviews but I was not ready for how good he is here?!? natalie portman & julianne moore unbelievable as well

  • Blue Jean

    Blue Jean

    rosy mcewen with one of my favourite performances of the year

  • Gift



    w/ live music by eiko ishibashi!

  • Cruising



    maybe my favourite film I've seen this year for the first time!

  • We Kill for Love

    We Kill for Love

    like a phd dissertation in film form but in the best way

  • The Exorcist

    The Exorcist


    everything started going wrong for her when doctors prescribed her ritalin

  • Orlando, My Political Biography

    Orlando, My Political Biography

    such a creative, heartfelt project and I can't recommend it enough.

  • My Best Friend's Wedding

    My Best Friend's Wedding


    julia roberts and rupert everett <3