Another delusional one. What's in this about Diane? The Rolleiflex?! The problem is I'd watch (almost) anything if RDjr is there. I can save the colour palette, that affected me in a certain way, and I'll probably suggest @colorpalette.cinema on IG to post something on this one.
Une excellente idée scénaristique de départ, malmenée à coups de fastidieux clichés, d'inévitables "scènes à faire", d'insupportables décors outrancièrement baroques, de séquences pseudo-émouvantes qui frisent le ridicule le plus éculé et le plus surfait (scènes du rasage, du suicide, du matelas pneumatique, parmi d'autres passages tous aussi navrants et foncièrement stupides)... www.cinefiches.com
This film is made on secondary characters. Nicole Kidman is horrendous as an inflated "artist" who can't do anything without poignantly staring at it wide-eyed. A very big shame and an act of liberty trying to capitalise on Diane Arbus' life and work, very loosely as the film points out - adding a mythology to a body of work that can stand for itself perfectly well. Also, the sound is very quite.