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This is what film making is all about.
It was terrible. Beautiful filming, slow story.
Brutally tedious. Torture masquerading as pretentious art.
Sounds like all the negative reviews are either A.) People who are ironically too pretentious themselves to enjoy a great film. B.) Not intelligent enough to comprehend Joanna Hogg’s storytelling. or C.) Just need to go and watch Aladdin or something/ stay away from the independent film genre.
So incredibly boring and pretentious. I have no idea why anyone would think this was a good movie. Only redeeming quality is Tilda Swinton in her very short moments on camera. The story is so thin and characters undeveloped. Couldn't wait for it to be over. All style no substance
Walked out after 30 mins. That was all we could take. Pretentious dialog, inert camera, incomprehensible characters. How the main character meets her boyfriend is never established. That she doesn't recognize the tracks in his arm as needle marks defies all logic. Simply awful.
if you're a fan of A24 and independent movies, this is a MUST see!
One of my fav A24 releases of the year!! Saw it at Sundance and have big hopes for its theatrical release!
Beautifully enchanting! ABSOLUTELY LOVED! Honor Swinton Byrne (Tilda Swinton's ACTUAL daughter!!) is Hollywood's next big actor!! Looking forward to a sequel!!
Don't think the haters really got the message...