what an experience, edward cullen is shining but i don't think he's feeling ok
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I genuinely enjoyed this film. It doesn't hold the power of Donna Tartt's words, but watching the echoes of the greatness of the book was enough to make it good.
The aesthetic, the acting, the music.... it's made with care, it's good, but everything was a bit too hollywood? does that make sense? the book is so unique and raw and it feels so real? Nice cinematography!
The film feels a bit like a summary, yes everything is there, but…
I hate everyone in that village including the creepy horny kid we have as narrator, if you think he's not terrible figh me in a parking lot tomorrow.
This film is a reminder that Monica Bellucci is too good for us, I love her character even if we are not allowed to see her personality. The smoking scene is absolutely iconic, very sad.
You know what makes me more angry than the evil, misogynist, envious people of the village? THE MALE GAZE