“Art is the experience of what you've felt inside.”
- Abbas Kiarostami
It doesn’t have the complexity that future Bergman films tend to have, but it is still a great movie that’s easy to follow and to relate to its characters.
It has the pessimistic tones Bergman is known for but with some hopeful undertones that, unlike his other films, this one leaves you with an optimistic feeling.
This was the way you parodied every horror trope in a smart and thrilling way.
The first and only other time I watched this was when I was 10 and I remember that I loved it, and I’m glad that I didn’t remember a lot about the third act because reliving again was amazing.
This movie knows what it is, and it fully embraces it to make an amazing horror movie that’s original in its execution and it also carries some humor.
Again a movie that may seem like not much is happening but actually is deeper in meaning, all thanks to a great screenplay and direction by the Coen Brothers.
Pretty much an existential film like “A serious man “, with too much explored in this that it may need some research to fully understand if you are not familiar with the material.