Kinda crazy how distribution can fuck over hidden gems that I am sure would be notable in some form today if they did not get lucky. I am happy that Hopper’s film may finally be getting the attention it deserves, even if he is not here to see it.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
This entry is more or less going to be some thoughts I have on Sound of Metal. The following is going to be very scattered, so please do not take this as a full review.
I feel very mixed about this movie. To start, it could have been a lot better. This easily could have been accomplished by muffling all the audio, and giving more time for Ruben to cope with his the unfortunate circumstance that he has found himself…