funke’s review published on Letterboxd:
i walked out of this movie so SAD and so HAPPY i was a fucking mess!!!!!! i didn’t expect to fall in love with this movie, but it took about 20 minutes for me to trip head over heels .
each scene is talking, but through acting, set choices, blocking, and costume effects the
movie quickly becomes something that’s beyond engaging. when a character is mad, their words will cut through the air like a freshly sharpened serrated knife, not worried about the consequences or repercussions, just focused on expressing their feelings. every place the characters go to is just beautiful in it’s simplicity, like blank canvases for what the characters are feeling. there is a scene between florence pugh and timothee chalomet’s characters and the way they use their clothing to showcase status in the conversation is so subtle yet striking; it’s hard not to comment on it. ALSO LETS GO BOB ODENKIRK THE SKETCH COMEDY MR SHOW LEGEND MAKES AN APPEARANCE!!!!!!!!!!!
i do not have any siblings but this movie makes it look fun. y’all better hug your siblings next time u see them because life is too short to be mad at your sister.