erik lundegaard

Wednesday June 22, 2022

Quote of the Day

I like that Ostlund could be talking about himself. At the least, with films like “Force Majeure,” “The Square” and I assume “Triangle of Sadness,” he's not interested in pleasing the audience. He's not interested in giving us a wish fulfillment fantasy—a vision of ourselves as younger and braver and humble and free, as Joe Henry sang. He's the opposite of that. And that of course makes him very interesting.

Posted at 09:31 AM on Wednesday June 22, 2022 in category Quote of the Day  
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