Contemplative and tenderly observed, a slow-burn romantic and family drama about two complicated, difficult people and what they’re willing to risk to achieve their dream. Plus: Scandi food porn!
Hilariously, casting white Westerners as mortals and deities of the ancient Nile is the least offensive thing about this crime against goofball cinema.
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An impossible tragedy, a movie that confounds all expectations and is full of a terrible suspense. You have never seen a cop movie like this before.
LFF is a veritable orgy of cinema, and I love it. It’s exhausting, but I love it.
A drama of conscience and passion, a finely observed portrait of a woman driven to make a difference in the world, even as it hurts those she loves.
We need an equivalent term to “Uncle Tom” for a woman — in this case, screenwriter Melissa Stack — who participates in Hollywood’s systematic hatred of women.
Ack! I still haven’t seen Season 3!
Ultimately more sad than scary in ways that are about the power, for both good and ill, of parental love…
Starring Golden Globe winner Jessica Chastain! And also Nordic god Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. So I’m there.