I'm a filmmaker and writer. Fan of surreal horror and existential sci-fi. Film reviews with half stars are bullshit.
A haunting experience of reality.
This film takes its time in the best way. You are with the characters when a relationship is formed. It’s not a glamorized version of two people coming together. It’s awkward, messy, and natural. And that’s makes what happens in the film feel so much more potent.
This film really displays how the aftermath of a terrible event can often be worse than the event itself. Also how society is so uncaring toward victims of…
Perfectly captures the innate sadness of trying to recreate the past. And also the unsettling nature of a character that defines his life by the events of one day.
Like many other Edgar Wright films, the first time you see it the ending may confuse or depress you, but on another watch you'll feel better about it and understand how all the loose ends and character desires are tied up.