"Faith changes man," is that true? Perhaps. In yet another movie of the spectacular young director Paul Thomas Anderson, he put us in the shoes of Freddie Quell (Joaquin Phoenix), a former World War II sailor who tries to rebuild his life that is completely devastated by the traumas of war, but one day He meets a man who presents him with a fairytale, to which he embarks, or not, Anderson tells us about the solitude of our lives, our plans that go wrong, and how easy it is to cling to a story in a moment of We have a very good script, although it contains a lot of belly and of course, rhythm problems (like almost all of Anderson's films), scenes with great symbologies that leave the film a little confused at a certain moment, but technically "The master "Is incredible, incredible editing, incredible sound mixing, incredible photography and extraordinary soundtrack, plus the impeccable performance of Joaquin Phoenix. Which is completely lost within his character, but not only Joaquim, all the performances in this film are impeccable. Finally, "The Master" is a movie worth its 2 hours, just embark on your story.