I remember seeing this movie and being in a weird twilight the entire time and having felt like no time passed afterwords. It was a good movie, but it was weird.
I'm stilled pissed af because Jake Gyllenhaal didn't get an Oscar nod for this movie
I love the part when the director says that we the people created Lue. Like our society has a need for sociopaths.
I truly love Jake Gyllenhaal in this movie. When I started to watch it, I was truly skeptical because I've seen him in roles like in the detective in Prisoners and the boxer in Southpaw, but Dab Gilroy knew what he was doing and transformed the a sort of niche idea into a movie of solid character development, a cohesive plot, and a film that looks great but doesn't over saturate style over substance.
Huh. I've never seen this film, but the techniques mentioned about Lou being isolated have been and used in other films to keep focus on what's going with the character(s), unless the background is needed for importance (i.e. zombie apoclapyse, disaster film, shootings)
So, I'd like to ask. Is this film really worth it?