I still don’t know, and I’m still too stunned to write a decent film review. (And anyway, Roger Ebert‘s already written everything that I want to say, and more.) Written for the screen and directed by the same person (John Patrick Shanley) who wrote the Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning play, and given life by the best actors (Streep! Hoffman!) – really, what can go wrong. I love the wind and the drab setting, the tension, the claustrophobia, the crackling lights and that ringing phone – I love it. I want a DVD copy of this film. I want to watch the play.
“I have no sympathy for you. I know you are invulnerable to true regret.”
4 thoughts on “did he or didn’t he”
i loved that ringing phone too. this movie is too precious. hehe.
incidentally yung pangalan ng principal namin nung high school e Aloysius. but he was a priest. hahaha.
i swear, te, i want to watch the play. :D hoffman-streep bitchfight for the win <3
I counted the number of times the word doubt was used. In the end, I tripped and got lost at either 9, 10 or 11. :)
@theboyfromsmallville didn’t? i’m thinking it’s consensu-
oh stop it :D