This is the cape of a killer Bella.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Watched again with Ry because I knew he'd really like this one and we didn't have time to see it together before my homework was due (so no deep, long discussions, just enjoyment).
Some thoughts pulled from my homework -
How is the opening shot actually subjective? Whose subjectivity is it? Explain.
In the opening shot of Caché we start on a street in virtual silence as the opening credits roll. What audiences are led to believe is an establishing…
Incredible. This movie made me feel so seen... Like Emma Stone's mannerisms and her ability to openly question feelings and emotions just really touched my robot heart because it's EXACTLY how I feel all the time.
Seriously though, I'll need a few more rewatches to confirm but this one just whizzed to the top of my internal favorites list. I'm gonna be thinking about this for a while.
Can I also just add a line here to say how much I appreciated this casting and the costuming? Perfect. Beautiful. Incredible. Artwork!
"Anthropology seems to attract good-looking women."
Tits out, talking through religious trauma is my kinda jam and weirdly enough, I've been there, done that.
... Why is he suddenly less stark white when he reverts to primal, caveman self?
The story didn't live up to too much but the visuals are great!