His Dark Materials
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All That We Destroy" is a great example of a genre movie with interesting ideas but a lack of ability to tie them together into something that works as entertainment.
Writers Keller and Agnew weave a tale that is both socially relevant and subtly horrifying.
One image specifically- of the tangled nest art piece at the gallery- is such a heartbreaking, vivid symbol of a twisted family home... A fantastic episode, all around.
It (characters' relationship) is a twisted co-dependent dynamic, made all the more intense by their isolation... This is a smart and stylish entry into the genre.
Violent cinematography and Broussard's commitment to robotic depravity are the highlights here, making for another by-the-books Into The Dark watch that's recommendable enough for your late-night streaming needs.
Problem is, writers Sean Keller and Jim Agnew fumble the finale. It borders on nonsense, as characters abandon logic and become puppets of the plot.
All That We Destroy pushes the boundaries of nature versus nurture and tests the limits and depths of a mother's love.