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I love you more than you will ever know.
If The End of Evangelion was a thesis on the pain of existing with other people, filled to the brim with all the loose and overwhelming teenage emotions that such an idea demands, then Thrice Upon a Time is its exact counter-point: a film as recklessly irreverent in its optimism as the original was in its suffering. Though the smiles here are forced, perhaps out of desperation or perhaps out of…
As much as I want to run out into the street screaming out Bacurau’s ridiculously long list of virtues, I feel like anything and everything will somehow give away the experience of watching this for the first time. Anything more than saying it’s beautifully empowering, compellingly relevant and... uh... what’s the phrase... incredibly bold would be detracting from what this film has in store for you.
So do yourself a favour. Hit that ‘add to watchlist’ button, and…