The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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[Mitchell] lets you feel every humiliation and subsequent redemption while he's trapped in this dynamic.
It's a stingingly intimate portrait of a fly-in-the-buttermilk scenario laced with testosterone and too much Irish coffee.
Tyrel observes how wounds can fester, doing damage long after unaffected parties would have assumed everything was fine.
Like paranoid Tyler himself, we go to that worst-case scenario and Silva has a blast emphasizing every bit of microaggressive whiteness on display, from their constant flow of spiked Irish coffees to a hit parade of whiny R.E.M. songs.
A film with a very off-the-cuff energy designed to make people uneasy but that doesn't amount to nearly enough in the end.
Tyrel is one of Silva's] less-adventurous offerings, but it still fits neatly into a career steeped in innovative explorations of human behavior
It feels incomplete without a satisfying conclusion, like it isn't doing total justice to its protagonist.
Tyrel's refusal to leave the bounds of realism lends it a unique intrigue and unpredictability.
The camera isn't afraid to get close and intimate with these guys, but it's nothing that you haven't seen before from any micro-budgeted college project about the misfortunes of a sad white hipster.
With his usual malice, Silva forces us to consider what social faultlines might be evident in the banter and bonding rituals...
All-too-relatable in its exploration of being an outsider at a party, and all-too-believable in its dissection of today's climate of toxic white masculinity.
Like a lucid nightmare where no one can feel your alienation no matter how loud you scream out.
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