Me when the image moves
This film keeps insisting there is conflict but there is literally no conflict. Small things are just set up and then fixed immediately or ignored. So as a result it’s just long and meandering with no plot points to anchor my attention span despite the pretty lighting, smooth camera moves, and creative editing.
Dorothea’s character was unpredictable but in a way where it felt like the writers didn’t know who she was meant to be, rather than an actually complex character. Dorothea’s…