Darkness Visible: Somnambulant Narrative of Destruction in Sunset

Critically, László Nemes’ Sunset has been dubbed a slightly disappointing follow up to the triumph of Son of Saul. The invasive in-your-face camera work is no longer novel, the meandering plot doesn’t lead anywhere concrete, and the whole odyssey just seems a bit too long. All of these statements are true, but I don’t think these aspects of the … Continue reading Darkness Visible: Somnambulant Narrative of Destruction in Sunset