ive got no opinions
I dont know if Im allowed to say this on Letterboxd. But this made me want to kill my self
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
The best part about Todd Field’s masterpiece Tár is that it trusts its audience. This is a film that wants you to interpret it; there are questions posed without clear answers.
And, as we know from the Juilliard scene, Lydia Tár is someone who relies on answers. She comes alive in the music of others because the answer is already present; she can’t seem to finish her own work because she can’t organically produce an answer. She’s a woman who…
Here’s the thing - I don’t like being mean about most media. If I don’t like something, I don’t usually see a point in waxing poetic about a filmmaker’s grand failures or a waste of a budget of millions. For the first time in a long time, I feel weirdly implored to talk shit about a movie. I don’t think I ever anticipated giving a movie a single star on here - I like most movies a lot! Sometimes too…