Clémence Poésy Movie Reviews

  • Final Portrait Review

    The paramount theme in Stanley Tucci’s Final Portrait is that of tedium. The narrative revolves around the art of a portrait, at the hands of a perpetual perfectionist, thus meaning we have to wait, ages, and ages, and ages, for him to get it…

    The paramount theme in Stanley Tucci’s Final Portrait is that of tedium. The narrative revolves around the art of a portrait, at the hands of a perpetual perfectionist, thus meaning we have to wait, ages, and ages, and ages, for him to get it right. Then even when we believe he has done, he rips it up and starts all over again. Naturally, this doesn’t exactly sound like a desirable cinematic experience, but Tucci has somehow managed to ensure we remain engaged, and the tedium that exists is…
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  • The Ones Below - Review

    The Ones Below may struggle from a lack of character development, but it must be commended for the uncomfortable tone of the piece.

    The Ones Below may struggle from a lack of character development, but it must be commended for the uncomfortable tone of the piece.
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