Saturday, November 11, 2017


I "loved" it ... but it's no joy ride; more like going through Dante's hell ... the evil we do unto one another ... all cleverly hidden beneath the surface of our "nice" lives - the image of a 50s suburb.

It's a study in evil, corporate and individual ... lust and hate ... racism and desire ... acting is superb, music, cinematography ... and the little boy, omg, what a fine actor. 

And in spite of a tour through hell, it ends on a hopeful note ... I'll not say more, but this gets my highest rating. 

A bit surreal, as it should be ... sometime metaphorical, and deeply ironic - those who would do evil unto others must pay a price. 

Definitely see in a theater ... and if anyone is part of a discussion group, have at it on this one.