23y boy, film enthusiast and daytime bissexual
So Sam Levinson made a movie to justify the fact that he's a white director who can do films about black people? I mean... I'm sorry to break it up to you, that's been done several fucking times before.
Anyway, the cinematography is fire, Zendaya is solid and raw, everything else I didn't really cared for.
Just as the Minari grows beautifully so does this incredible film, a simple but captivating story that couldn't be told in a more sensitive and respectful way. Lee Isaac Chung does an AMAZING job at writing and directing this movie, I was aware this movie would be good, but I wasn't expecting it to have such an impact in my heart. I'll put this movie in a drawer inside my mind and protect it forever, like a precious diamond.