★★★★★ Rewatched 26 Oct, 2020 2
A rebuke to the Demme school of concert films, capturing the same sense of euphoria but through shots of a completely unguarded crowd and a total rejection of any cinematic pretensions.
★★★★★ Rewatched 15 Oct, 2020 11
A dense, reflective work not unlike last year's Tommaso in that the lead plays both a fictional character as well as his own myth. Eastwood juggles Huston, Wilson and himself and manages to deconstruct the ethos of all three.
½ Added 2
quite possibly the least charming serial killer ever
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