Da 5 Bloods
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I May Destroy You
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Astounding. Not only reminiscent of, but on par with R. Bresson, and just as powerful and well crafted. Though, like Bresson at times the formal severity at is a bit hard to stomach at first, in this case a very claustrophobic and visceral camera style, and the first hour can be tedious. However, the film is a miracle in many senses of the word. A film of great suspense and shattering revelations and the Dardenne bros. earn all of it in their unflinching approach. It's ending is one of the most compelling, real, complex, raw, and emotional scenes I can think of. Absolutely shattering. Oliver Gourmet is extraordinary.
I've started to see a lot of mixed media stuff from Japan and some of it is quite refreshing.