TIFF 2016: Nocturnal Animals Delivers Wrong Kind Of Ennui

Nocturnal Animals

Nocturnal Animals

One of the films Sarah covered at TIFF 2016 was Nocturnal Animals, the story of an art gallery owner’s ennui.

She says the film is “an undeniably stylish but insubstantial concoction that promises probing thrills and delivers little more than listless melodrama and self-satisfied satire.”

To read the full review head over to Consequence Of Sound by clicking here.

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