Another retro-rewatch review. Okay, it’s impressively white, but whew it also might even hit harder when you have experienced the urge to erase people/things from your life. While knowing that it won’t work, anyway.
Also, who still uses that kind of colouring/lighting in films these days? I felt the room around me turn more sepia by the minute. Did this film always have that home-recording quality? And I really thought that the viewer gets a moment to take it all in, but we’re just running along as stumbling as Joe does. Will he make it, will that creep keep his girlfriend, is it really better to suffer than forget?
I love it, I’m keeping it on my Netflix list.