Masterfully shot, and the most obvious addition to Criterion’s collection that I’ve seen in years. A technical masterpiece, convincing acted and directed. Despite that, and maybe because I was exhausted when I watched it, it didn’t emotionally hit me the way it did many others. 

I admire this film deeply, but from a bit of a distance. If, in my photography work, I should ever make any frame look as beautiful as a single shot in this film, I would be humbled. 

I would like to revisit this in a more alert, less drowsy mental state.

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