'you lead a sad life dont you'
john wok. you were never piggy here.
there is something weirdly wonderful about this film. i can't quite put my finger on. i love the world it uncovers for you, the obscenity of the fine dining experience. v glad i've spent the last month watching anthony bourdain- gave me an appropriate amount of context.
trailer is deceptively tranquil. this film reeks of lynne ramsay, especially the way the violence was handled and the overall editing. so much is so tactfully…
this is up there with another round and 8th grade for feeling like it is just perfect. they all just are shot, edited and so perfectly made. stylish in a way that only benefits its story- not just for the sake of it (@limbo and 40% of A24 films).
noticed so much bergman in this on the second viewing whereas the first time all i saw was w**dy all*n.
wallace shawn is an absolute scene stealer.
this film is a masterpiece.
cried so much more the second time.
the father-daughter relationship is so so beautiful and so many scenes are painfully relatable.
elsie fisher is such a phenomenal actor. a still of her walking says almost everything you could want to know about kayla day.
burnham gets the tone of this perfect. touches on subjects that could make you very uncomfotable but finds appropriate levity.
when i first watched this i just kept thinking 'this is…
such a beautiful and subtle film.
the naturalism in its shooting and performances creates a tone that is inimatable and an atmosphere that just engrosses you.
the chemistry between Malone and Keough is incredible. a chronological order of glances they exchange throughout the film would tell you exactly what is going on.
the films shows perfectly, with a great amount of refrain, the difficulty of negotiating emotions/feelings that exist when there is no feasible form of expressing them in your…