motion graphic designer
I do stuff for movie trailers
university of notre dame '17
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I don't know what I can say about this film other than I was paralyzed. I did not move the entire time I watched it and still felt awestruck after the credits rolled (and please do stay for the credits, it's so worth it). 'Call Me by Your Name' was not only my favorite film at Sundance, but quite possibly one of my favorite ever. It told such a genuine and raw love story with precision and heart. It'd be…
Honey Boy... I truly loved this movie and especially loved seeing it as an metatextual work on someone processing their trauma. Noah Jupe does a superb job at making you feel like he just needs a hug at all moments, because God knows if he's ever truly had one. The fact that Shia LaBeouf feels the need to literally step in his dad's shoes to treat these thoughts he has – we're watching someone's therapy on a public level.
"The only thing my father gave me that was of any value is pain, and you want to take that away?"