This is one of the year’s best films, a standout of artistic quality and social commentary that showcases all the powers of cinema.
Everyone involved seemed up to the task of producing something memorable, something that could seem so familiar yet fresh, so palpable to some and so alien to others.
This film has a whole LOT to say, but it is wrapped in an absurdist blanket meant to keep you warm while it burns down your house and leaves you to the elements.
The climactic scene is something I’ve never seen before, and left a huge impression on me as something that is as powerful as it is unforgettable. Simply put, this is a must-watch movie.