genuinely can’t narrow it down to a top 4 so this list will be a constant work in progress
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
It’s certainly interesting watching this in a room full of mostly old straight people. Where I was sobbing, I looked over and watched a man yawn and heard another laugh at a somber moment. I think this was my first experience watching a queer love story in a cinema and I was taken aback by the apathy in the room. Nevertheless, I was truly moved by the film and it’s portrayal of love, loss, and the complexities of the queer…
I think it lost a star when they crossed the line from platonically in love to more than that. overall, i really enjoyed and think my potential next watch will be more enjoyable since the age gap thing won’t be clouding my watching experience (as it did this time). i had been warned about the slow pace, but i honestly didn’t mind it one bit. i was mesmerized by the cinematography and alana haim’s outstanding performance!