Phantom Thread ★★★★½

In Anderson's design in which he manages to sitch the last remnants of Day-Lewis's career into his cinematic fabric that's as smooth as silk but doesn't come off as stingy in minimalism even if the dresses of Woodcock are worthy of the audience's appraisal. The romance that is threaded between the personalities of Day-Lewis and Krieps can be seen as being dysfunctional non-operative and toxically questionable in how they live with each other, yet it's emotionally believable for how grasped each other.