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Fast Color

2020-08-01 15:38:37.367447+00 by Dan Lyke 0 comments

Watched Fast Color[Wiki] last night. I think this is one that's gonna sneak up on me, kinda like Last Black Man in San Francisco[Wiki]. Both of us were pulled in and think we'd like to see it again (and we don't watch that many movies to start with, let alone again), and we're both still trying to figure out what we thought about it. Lorraine Toussaint and Gugu Mbatha-Raw were both amazing. The camera work brought a heck of a lot to dive into. The scenery is stark and raw.... The trailer tells very little, and the reviews are either bemused that they loved it, or disappointed that it was a superhero movie that wasn't a superhero movie. But, yeah, I want to watch it again.

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