Da 5 Bloods
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I May Destroy You
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Whew, hard to watch. Amazing biblical symbolism. Right/wrong/wisdom/fear/poverty/rich/poor. Every cultural theme is addressed.
Everyone who is an American should see this movie.
A very true representation of the division of labor between men and women of power. If you don't understand harrassment and the #metoo movement by the end of this film you were not listening, watching or have a very closed mind. I left the move with many questions! My questions: what will happen in the future when Rupert dies? will these talented women find a leadership role in government and run for office rather than the media? will the women and men who detest working at this horrible entertainment network quit en masse ever to support the truth or will they continue to trickle out one by one? will younger women expose their harrassment immediately in the future and will they be treated properly? Time will tell.
It was long, and the acting was excellent. You must have time to sit and watch this. Think it should have been a Netflix Mini-series, not a film.
This movie will be an Oscar nominee. The story is quite good, love the film noir format. Watching Mr. Norton manage his affliction in the language of the 1950's made me aware of how far we have come as a country, and how far we need to go. Totally enjoyable movie, see it