The Favourite may be a raucous historical lampoon — but it is a timely one.
An engrossing film about the choices in life that we make — and don’t make — starring Rachel Weisz and Michael Shannon.
Let’s just say that there’s more than just absurdity for absurdity’s sake here — this is an exercise in wry Swiftian satire.
Ruminations on age and memory are inevitably sunk deep into the flesh and the glue of personal relationships.
While “The Deep Blue Sea” may be a throwback to another era, director Terence Davies has used his masterful style to engage the audience cinematically and psychologically in an elegant circular structure.