I appreciated the relatively subtle depiction of mental illness
Posted by Pugeye on July 1, 2022, 2:17 pm, in reply to "Disagree
especially since when usually depicted in films, the audience is hit over the head and the tone is full on melodrama. But in all fairness, it's really Blanchett's performance that sells that aspect of film for me. And if Joe H. was already planning on possibly trying to get through Woody's entire filmography, it'd definitely be the first-post "Midnight In Paris" film I'd recommend (but again, the only other one I've seen is "Cafe Society").