Trevor Allen’s review published on Letterboxd:
"This is a waltz thinking about our bodies
What they mean for our salvation
With only the clothes that we stand up in
Just the ground on which we stand
Is the darkness ours to take?
Bathed in lightness, bathed in heat
All is well, as long as we keep spinning
Here and now, dancing behind a wall
When the old songs and laughter we do
Are forgiven always and never been true
When I arrive, will you come and find me?
Or in a crowd, be one of them?
Wore the wrong sign back beside her
Know tomorrow's at peace's"
"We need sadness, we need grief,
But not yours."
Luca Guadagnino captures my dreams pretty accurately that I'm having no choice to get the crew from Inception to get him out of my head. Joking aside- still love love love love everything about this. Yhork's score is phenominal as always, and I wish he would've gotten more recognition for it, but oh well, I guess. The sets, the locations, the costume design, sound work, the make up; it just makes you want to go *chef's kiss* Mwah!