Luca tenderized my heart, which is probably exactly how he likes them.
A beautiful movie equally tender and terrible, about the shame and trauma we bring with us, whether in queer reading of repression and urges, or in coming of age stories about the ways our parents torment us.
Delectable and devious. The sound design is crunchy and gross and excellent and the score is haunting as always. It’s clear Luca is building on CMBYN and Suspiria and he’s truly a remarkable director in charge of his craft.