736835, The most visceral movie experience I've had in 2019|
Posted by nicq, Thu Nov-21-19 12:54 PM
Absolutely shattering portrayal of a family in crisis, haven't sobbed like that in a good long while. From the opening shot it's abundantly clear that Shults interned for Malick, but holy shit does he know how to marry his eye to your heart. And his taste in music is absurdly well-refined. See it in a theater while you can.