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My advice: sacrifice all your money and go see it abroad. The film will give you advice on how to make your money back, so it's a win-win.Ruth wrote: ↑October 18th, 2019, 5:44 amhonestly i'm just obsessively checking the release dates every week or so hoping i'd see my country added to the list and having SOME sort of a limited release, but alas
it's such a shame because i feel like it's beyond stupid to wait another 6 months before i can *possibly* catch it in a local festival, but i really wanted to see it in theaters. I feel like this was the one that could've possibly topped Hollywood as my favorite 2019 film.
More seriously, the film will still be a masterpiece on TV, or even a smartphone.
This was pretty damn good. Great characters, spellbinding plot with lots of unexpected turns, excellent commentary on class and what it can turn people into, and a nice mix of dark comedy and drama. There was a constant under current of tension that kept building up nicely. Really well played. I did have some issues with the narrative choices of the writer/director. I honestly think that
Overall, I'd give this a 9 out of 10. One of the best movies I've seen all year.
I'm hoping. Ideally, I'd love to see The Lighthouse, this, and The Irishman all in theaters, but I'm not certain on the last two.