Sofia’s review published on Letterboxd:
Following the discussion on a review of Shame, I was pulled back into the plot and felt compelled to rewatch it yet again. This is the third time I have seen it so far, and I enjoyed it even more this time, uncovering more ideas and themes for myself within it and asking yet more questions. It's a curious film - a lot is left unsaid and the audience is given the chance to come to its own conclusions and opinions of the characters. I guess your thoughts on the film will depend on your life experience or simply the events taking place in your life at that moment.
(My last review of 'Shame' focuses more on the actual plot, so I guess that could be worth reading, but I've also written a full review of film on my film blog.)
I really need this on DVD (or Blu-ray, whatever).