a virgo just like my father david fincher before me
the script's masterstroke here is to break a narrative into three chapters and from three points of view: carrouges, le gris, and marguerite. ridley scott recreates scenes several times, but with details that end up making a difference to the story and don't feel tiring at all. it is curious, however, that those unaware of the narrative trick might follow the first part with a certain tediousness, not knowing where the plot intends to go.
even though part of the…
in a cinematic landscape overrun by hollywood’s blasé and blockbusters, annette feels like a cold shower in the middle of a warm sunny day. even with its dark and heartbreaking plot, it is refreshing and intoxicating.
i always thought indie directors and large budgets didn't make a great combo, too much money can ruin a movie sometimes — producers will pick a great idea and blend it into a formula to make money. but i don’t think that’s the case here,…