Josh’s review published on Letterboxd:
I can’t remember the last time I saw a film so intimate, so beautiful, so grand that I was in pure awe for the ENTIRE FILM.
Believe all the hype you’re hearing, because it’s all true.
Cuarón said that this is a very personal film for him based all on memory, and it’s amazing what he accomplished.
A story hitting so close to home for some, and far too real for others.
My favorite aspect of the film however was the cinematography.
This has, hands down, the most vicerally stunning imagery in a film this year.
Some of the most gorgeous wide-shots and long takes I’ve ever seen!
Wow, I don’t really know what else I can say, other than this passion project truly has all the passion put into it.
My new favorite of the year.
I didn’t want her to be born.
I had a chance to see this in theaters back in October, but I missed it.
That must’ve been one hell of an experience.