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I'm rating this film solely because of its quality and the undeniably great cinematography, amazing performances and story's execution. But I believe this could've been better specially Sur's and other victims' character, some scenes and characters were predictable and the film didn't focus on what truly happened on Rama's victims which is timely and relevant to this day. The ending was powerful tho.
Howerever, as I was reading other reviews here on letterboxd, I've learned about the accused sexual harasser…
Read the title again.
I wasn't ready for this, holy shit.
I really don't know what to feel about this film, It's weird but beautifully shot, performances were great specially Alexia/Adrien's character. At first, the story wasn't really that clear to me, to the point that I needed to read a lot of reviews for me to understand more what this film was all about, what it wanted to tell to the viewers. I've read different interpretations about this film, and it all made sense. But in my opinion, Raw was still better than this film, but I appreciate the out-of-the-box concept and unique approach of story telling.
Dreams make good stories, but everything important happens when we're awake.
Beautifully shot and great cinematography, the visual and the special effects were overwhelming and impressive. The story's flow was really slow tho. I'm only here because of Timmy and maybe Llewyn Davis haha. And by the way, those weren't worms, they're buttholes!
Looking forward to see the second part.