Tilda swinton: there is a way in which one can discuss the whole subject of sexuality and eroticism in the film with no real significance to the fact that he is gay. Up-and-coming actress meghann fahy chats about soap operas, the thrill of theater and chipping a tooth. A young man has a bruise. It’s one of the cleverest assets of this film, written and directed by long-time collaborators scott mcgehee and david siegel, that it burdens its heroine with every responsibility and stress that de facto single motherhood might heap on top of the present crisis. It pretty visual, and there are some noir touches.
In his weekly column, tim robey recommends a film that is indisputably
It’s not uncommon to feel blue. There is a quality here that is eerie without ever losing credibility.