Three sentence movie reviews: Loving
This film does more with close-ups, facial expressions, and small gestures than it does with dialogue or action. It could have been slow, but this was beautiful to watch. Includes many small moments of joy.
Where watched: Living Room Theaters
poster from: http://www.impawards.com/2016/loving.html
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I still need to see this. It’s on my must watch list. And I have heard that its the small intimate interactions that make this film amazing.
Perhaps you heard it from me….
okay. Caught up. More posts please…
Damn the no wi-fi in recent vacay news.
Yep. Damn that no wi-fi. Hopefully more this week. Now that you are back to school and have no time to read them again. 🙂
I’ll probably never get around to seeing this, although it sounds quite nice. I’m fond of Ruth Negga. Wow, Joel Edgerton looks so different in every role he plays.
I’ve only seen Ruth Negga in this, but I loved her a lot. And I also marvel at Mr. Edgerton’s changeability. I think it’s because he’s fairly nondescript.