I’m a gwyneth paltrow supremacist
everyone in this film was so fit and likeable and I was able to drop any cynicism over the lifestyle porn and rich people bizz and just indulgeeee in it
the Singapore cityscape was beautiful and I wish we got to know more of the urban culture but I guess this wasn’t the kind of film. It’s a family drama love story Cinderella type beast that is very Hollywood but also very new - as it’s an all-Asian cast.
I get the criticism of having Frances McDormand act her way through and against real nomad experiences, especially with all the grief expressed. An actress among non-actors (who each divulge some sensitive stuff) is an uncomfortable thing, and so I get it might be a little voyeuristic or exploitative in that sense ~ but this is a really beautiful film. One of those films where you feel like a different person afterwards. And wow the cinematography was genuinely breathtaking. The US…
surreal to see the big Diff in the 90s - got me well emotional during the skyline shots and in hearing all the peripheral Cardiff accents. I could tell straight away the script was by a local boy because all the background chats were sooooo Cardiff like I can’t explain just very familiar and endearing. And the fact they were at some danky club on St Mary’s Street and Ninjah cameo’d and all was just too much. We need some…
omg had to make myself a Twinings Superblends Digest: Spearmint, Apple, Rooibos with Baobab Herbal Tea to destress from this spooky booky shitshow!!
I had no idea what it was about before watching it so was very ~ unsettled ~ throughout. It went a bit west with that final twist but I’ve been sitting on it and I appreciate how bold that move was. It was fairly relentless in throwing these curveballs at the characters and I really felt it.