Jackie largely concerns itself with the four days immediately after the JFK assassination. But the film’s structural conceit is that it frames these days through a meeting with journalist Theodore H. White (though he is never named in the film), who is writing a piece on the former First Lady for Life magazine. Scenes ofContinue reading “Simply a mishandled film”
The trailer for Silence portrays it as a different film to the one cinema-goers will encounter.
Walking down the street away from the cinema, I was almost overwhelmed with a disconcerting haze of claustrophobia.
Even Tarantino himself seems to understand, implicitly at least, that his story takes the wrong medium.