Tom Ford's first foray into the world of cinema brings with it one of the most beautifully stylised works I've ever seen. However, much like the protagonist's seemingly perfect existence, we soon see a colder side. Beneath the polished veneer of George's life lies a chilling exploration of loss and listlessness.
Awful film. It's as if Tom Ford didn't even try to pretend to learn about what makes a good film work. Hint: it's not just about style. You actually have to tell a memorable story without boring us to death. Not even good clothes can fix that. However, Julianne Moore and Colin Firth are incredible. Perhaps Ford has a way with actors.