Thursday, January 10, 2019

REVIEW: Sunset

There are few art forms which cater to a nostalgist’s longing for the “good old days” as effectively as cinema. The best historical dramas offer viewers a chance to vicariously revisit the past, experiencing the sights and sounds of times gone by. Such a deep immersion is the highlight of “Sunset“, which sees Hungarian filmmaker László Nemes skillfully transporting audiences to early 20th century Budapest.

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