Ghosts Are Movies: A Love Letter to Crimson Peak
Aaron Stewart-Ahn
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Lovely. Someone told me once that this film didn’t have much depth. I wish I’d had this article to shove at them. Also, having seen your comment below: Jessica Chastain was the hero for me too on the second viewing. I notice that the more you watch it, the film becomes less about Edith discovering the truth and more about Lucille trying to cling to what she has and survive in a world that doesn’t seem to want her. Mindblowing, every time.

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