Right of the bat I’m thinking to myself, what the f@$k? It’s one of those movies where you hear every sound vividly so that even the flick of the light switch is loud.
I don’t know what she’s drinking through the beginning but it doesn’t look medicinal.
To say this movie is difficult is like saying Physics is hard, the average movie goer (me) won’t get it. My take on the movie is after a traumatic event Jennifer Lawrence snaps and the rest of the movie is her reality through her broken mind. The last half of the movie there’s a lot going on, it’s hard to keep up.
After reading what the director has said about his movie I can see a lot of religious allegories in it. When Ed Harris and Michelle Pfeifer break Javier Bardem’s crystal apple all hell breaks loose and the Paradise Jennifer Lawrence is making crumbles.
While I didn’t really get it, I didn’t hate it. It was almost like watch a cartoon. A really intense cartoon.