Bryan Sudfield’s review published on Letterboxd:
Spencer follows an unconventional biopic route that’ll definitely polarize audiences, but I was left feeling riveted. All the praise surrounding Kristen Stewart’s performance is earned, as it’s the best of her career and worthy of an Oscar win. Mixed with the gorgeous imagery from Claire Mathon and bone-chilling score from Jonny Greenwood, this is a film that will find a way to stick with you for time to come. I have to commend Pablo Larraín for choosing to tackle the story of Diana leaving the Royal family, instead of chronologically going from her birth to her death. That helped present the film in a more psychologically haunting matter than the average moviegoer would anticipate.
I really loved this film and I’m eagerly waiting to see it again, because I can see my love for it increase over time.
K Stew Nation Rise!