Scariest experience in a theater ever was definitely (very embarrassingly and rudely) arriving ten minutes late to the showing at the central cinema and trying to quietly find seats and then the waiter came by to take our order and I (quietly) tried to say we were having two checks (the last time i was there with a friend they didn't ask and didn't split so I should prob just mention it etc) and he loudly shouted "Chocks? What?" and…
Shocked by just how funny and campy and lovely this is. Has to weave a lot of threads and ground and even still is almost too winding but the core is funny and absurd and narcissistic and strangely earnest and everything you want in a less boilerplate movie about these people. While obviously Tammy Faye isn't some saintly, perfect woman or queer icon or etc she's still sympathetic and likable and understandable. Somehow even makes Jim Bakker more layered and…
Light Sleeper: Sometimes you're not guilty. What are you going to do about it?
The Card Counter: Sometimes you ARE guilty. What are you going to do about it?
Schradeykino for Schradeykinophiles but just as angry, distraught, grey, and moody as he's ever been. One of the best of the year.