The film’s trajectory is one of acknowledgement, empowerment and, ultimately, redemption. Women Talking gives voice to what is often unexpressed: it is a clamorous call to be silent no more.
Terrence Malick attempts to liven up this hackneyed soap/rock opera with his signature swooping camera moves and stunning cinematography.
A guide to the symbolic color odyssey that will keep you on your toes if you choose to see Carol more than once (and I’m thinking you will).
The understated soundtrack by Texas musician Daniel Hart and the ominous cinematography of Bradford Young complement director David Lowrey’s keen sense of pacing.