“Arguably the most tightly action-packed scene of the film, its opening, throws the viewer alongside Ryan Gosling’s Armstrong into a tin can of a flight vessel that is edging towards the atmosphere. Immediately afterwards, we are brought into the personal trauma of Armstrong’s family.” Playing in the original @Passage Kinos this whole movie week.
The movie brought me back physical sensations from those random and rare perfect moments (usually in spring or summer).
Once they stopped being afraid to be who they were, they could face anything.
They are both set in the early decades of the previous century, for those of you nostalgic for times you probably didn’t live in but wish you could have.
If Alexander Supertramp had lived, he would’ve become “Captain Fantastic.”