Under The Skin: The Pain of Art House Films
A lack of explanation or closure in a movie can be painful. In this video essay, Nerdwriter1 praises Jonathan Glazer’s Under the Skin, a film that remains opaque throughout, unapologetic and refusing to give the audience traditional answers, even about the identity of its main character.
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