Drama • R • 2016 • 2 hr 43 min
I wasn’t expecting to love this one as much as I did. Yet I find myself coming back to it every now and then. (TW on sexual assault.)
Shia acts like a complete lunatic here, so it didn’t take a lot of getting into character
One of my favorite movie, it's beautiful!
The way this movie is filmed and the story are just a masterpiece, worth it from the beginning to the end.
Really takes you on a journey. I hardly felt the runtime.
Stunning cinematography. Sasha and Shia invoke genuine, raw emotion. Definitely makes you feel.
While the cinematography and aesthetics are undoubtedly Andrea Arnold, the writing and characters sadly leave depth to be desired.
A brutally realistic depiction of poverty, youth, and coming of age. A story that sticks with you for a long time.
Really makes you feel like you are on road with those guys.
A little too long and characters largely stay pretty stagnant, but paints a very specific picture of America that feels super authentic
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