harold strong’s review published on Letterboxd:
a rich landscape in which to repave the tumultuous foundations of cinema; bound by ropes of exploitation and tassels of spectacle. a violent consummation of an entire medium’s yearning and necessity to transform. as mournfully sentimental as it is disquieting in that exploration of legacy, peele’s provocative but graceful masterpiece finds its footing in the possibilities of renewal from within the trenches. plus it’s just fun as hell.