Cemetery of Splendour (Weerasethakul, 2015)

I actually enjoyed this less than any of director Apichatpong Weersaethakul’s previous features, I don’t know if this is me growing weary of his approach or if I just wasn’t up to it the first time around, I’m happy to settle for the latter. That said, there’s still more originality, mystery and playfulness here than many other features being made currently and Weerasethakul’s ability to trust the audience’s capacities to take what they desire from the material is always refreshing.


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