Why would you ever try and do a quirky retelling of English legend with the least charismatic actor consistently getting work? Why is it still so long if it's 50% montage? Why are there s&m Nazis? Why does everything simultaneously look overproduced and incredibly cheap? Whyyyyy?
Love how the camera moves in this. The control and attention to detail in every scene does so much to make it both immersive and beautiful. Slow in a considered sort of way, with a good amount of tension ebbing and building. A lot of tenderness in the story telling rounds out a great experience.
Captivating. Hated how it looked for the first 10 minutes and then I was totally invested. It twists and turns so much but does a great job of giving you just enough information for it to seem plausible. Had a bit of a sweat on towards the end.
A little bit of ropey acting and dialogue around the edges, Cho was great though.