This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
i’m what’s burning, darling.
i was taken right away with the Dogville set. 💚 then the camera pans to the set’s art direction that just screams Almodóvar. then Swinton starts organizing her blu-ray collection, all great picks. when suddenly an emotional Swinton connects her AirPods...
at first i found Swinton’s line delivery kind of odd, but in the end you realize it is no gimmick... the short welcomes the theatricality of the situation Swinton’s character is in. this is definitely…
vale la pena por las gran actuaciones de Claribel Medina e Ianis Guerrero. Medina se queda con la peli y aprovecha todos sus momentos al máximo. no desperdicia ninguna linea y su control sublime del personaje evita que caiga en ser una caricatura. es esa chispa que en los momentos que la acción baja Medina las inyecta de electricidad y salva la peli de la monotonía. se vive tanto el papel que quisieras que todo girará en torno a ella (tho…
get your fucking shoes off the mat.
WHAT A FUCKIN’ GOOD TIME!!!! a shame this isn’t getting any attention. every scene serves its purpose. the screenplay is precise, original & fresh. never for a second could i pin down how this was going to end nor was i looking at my watch to check the running time. i didn’t want it to end.
Riley as a director, knows tone and never misses a beat. as an audience i felt the film…
and in the death of her reputation, she felt truly alive.
decided to watch this after getting bit by the folklore bug.
it really bothers me that great artists, with great songwriting skills, outstanding stage presence & vocal talent don’t have the same success as T-Swift. when your back-up singers have more vocal skills than the headliner... you know the show is in trouble.
the technical value... superb. loved the audience editing, really set the tone for all the songs.