Nocturnal Animals, Tom Ford’s gripping and devastating meta-textual mystery, left me heavy at heart. I am enamoured by impenitently bleak narratives but Ford manages to mesh character and tone in a queasy union that left some dissonance lingering within by the time the resolution tapped me on the shoulder. I know it is based on aContinue reading “FILM REVIEW; NOCTURNAL ANIMALS”


Last year Denis Villeneuve painted a harrowing and devastating picture of families dealing with a kidnapping in Prisoners in a small Pennsylvania town, a personal favourite and hard watch viscerally. This time, the Canadian director presents a film of utmost intrigue in his psychological thriller Enemy. Based on Jose Saramango’s novel (adapted by Javier Gullon),Continue reading “FILM REVIEW; ENEMY”