The Green Knight

..and why not?
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Mike Boom
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The Green Knight

Postby Mike Boom » 19 Aug 2021, 19:07

Visually stunning, reminds me somewhat of a Kubrick film in its quite slow but meditative pace, get bogged down a little in the second half but still epic and grand in the best possible way.The scene with the Giants is just one of many breathtaking scenes. Wonderful film.

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Re: The Green Knight

Postby kath » 24 Aug 2021, 21:48

Mike Boom wrote:Visually stunning, reminds me somewhat of a Kubrick film in its quite slow but meditative pace, get bogged down a little in the second half but still epic and grand in the best possible way.The scene with the Giants is just one of many breathtaking scenes. Wonderful film.


i really, really need to see this.

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Re: The Green Knight

Postby The Slider » 26 Sep 2021, 07:55

Its on Prime, for free.
Which really surprised me
I am going to watch today
and meanwhile I'm still thinking

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Re: The Green Knight

Postby The Prof » 10 Oct 2021, 14:07

Mark Kermode really raved about it. Unfortunately I found it dull and unengaging.