I don’t think this was as good as the first two, and yet I also can’t stop thinking about it. It stops repeating the first and second so extensively, but it feels exactly how a mature relationship does. Too many moments where my wife and I poke each other with an understanding, shall we say, of what’s happening on screen.

I didn’t like all the cutting. The longer takes in the first two added a lot to the immediacy and the intimacy of them.

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