The electrical life of Louis Wain 2021 review
Holland Davis put it so eloquently.
I completely agree with his words of wisdom.
I just finished watching it 20 minutes ago. I watched it because I thought, oh Benedict Cumberbatch okay what’s this about, I must note that I am not a huge fan but I really enjoyed the TV show Elementary and his movie Dr Strange, and cats. Lots and lots of cats.
I love cats, I have two girls that are getting up in age and I hope not to find one like Louis did on the floor. That was heartbreaking because Peter wasn’t even a senior I don’t believe. Unless somehow he got poisoned. Why did he pass?
It was very moving and I love their spot, it’s so beautiful, even though I know it’s CGI.
A lot of comical spots and a lot of emotions, oh my goodness. I don’t normally watch movies like this I’m more of an action or comedy person.
I did not feel like I wasted almost 2 hours of my life. That’s a good thing. Unlike deep water, what a waste of more than 2 hours of my life. I’ll give that one, one star when I get around to it.
As a cat lover and artist myself I felt deeply connected by the sensitivity and expressiveness of us artists. I loved learning about how appreciation for cats (mousers) came to be thanks to his illustrations at the time. His inner struggles with mental health in an era of ignorance due to lack of knowledge was very sad and touching but thanks to lovely people in his circle he was able to be supported along the way. It was a very human film set in the 1800s England with great actors and beautiful cinematography. I recommend it!