Been in the mood for CLASSIC classics these days and my Letterboxd activity is starting to look like that of a 14 year old who just discovered TCM when channel scrolling on a Saturday afternoon
A shy and timid young woman (Joan Fontaine) is whisked away by a wealthy widower named Maxim de Winter (Laurence Olivier), who is still recovering from the death of his beloved wife, Rebecca. The two get married, but the young wife has a difficult time living up to the “dream wife" that Rebecca was, and virtually finds Rebecca's hold on everyone in the household suffocatingly impossible to live up to, despite her being dead for a little over a year.…
Highly commend Wanuri for tackling the KFCB and the Govt’s wounding and morally unlawful stance on LGBTQ+ cinema being released, it’s about damn time someone take a step forward to end the film classification boards nauseating rulings on the topic of sexuality in films. Sad this is only having a 7 day run at Prestige, deserves so much better.
P.S; That nosey auntie deserves to be in the Best Supporting Actress discussion this awards season.