Rank your meals instead of auteurs.
A scintillatingly perfectly gapped follow up to The Duelist 1977 or a laying down of the sword at the alter of Roshomon 1950 either way, a riveting tale.
Changing the protagonists in every chapter for the same series of events, tuning the intonation as heard in that characters head, to then describe it as "based on a true story" to profusely raw dog our perception of morality.
I can't get enough of this "slow burn till shit hits the fan" genre but i
DON'T think this will become mainstream, though i
FEEL it might become a cult classic. Even if
AT its slowest you might wanna turn it off, you are anyway at
HOME most probably watching it on Netfilx. So stick it out, cause
IN the third act is when all the dry humour becomes super wet.
THIS is deadpan humour in rural
WORLD building at its finest, not
ANYMORE crass and brutal than The Hateful Eight.