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it does have an axe to grind but educational & enlightening..
One has to admire the range of Almodovar -- he's done camp, he's done drama, and this is one revenge drama that's too delicious for words. All centers around the things we do for those we love, to what demented depths we'd go to prove our love, to surrender trust, and to be conquered by the basic human need to be free...just fabulous piece of work
its the quietest of Almodovar's work, to me, but its great cinematic "autofiction" and covers everything from our love for our mothers, for those we dare not utter those words, el primer deseo, as he put it, redemption, addiction, and much much more...the second half just makes you want to put on some Chavela Vargas and have a good cry. Very Almodovar & an Antonio Banderas as you've not seen before. See it.
Why did this receive so many accolades when the story just went on and on (should have stopped after Venice!), adults are made into bumbling fools (incl. Fury and gang), and the reveals are totally nonsensical (why did Spidey reveal himself at the moment he did? why did he so easily give away superpower glasses?)....overall its a mess.
I''m not sure if this documentary taught us anything we didn't already know from the news outlet -- and its hard not to see this as the liberals sore excuse for losing Britain & POTUS to people who manipulated data to push propaganda via social media. And while we are at it, Brittany Kaiser's family lost everything but she was found living the high life in Thailand, checks into posh hotels and leaves her baggage in NYC hotels for a week bc she had to leave for the airport & yet she's doing all of this "for her country"? I dont buy it.