Under The Skin 
Directed By Jonathon Glazer
This is an ‘art’ film in the truest sense. I’m still wondering if it had more dialogue than Space Odyssey.. At times it felt like a silent film! It was like a combination of everything I love about cinema.
The score was extremely unsettling, dissonant but subtle, mainly in the background, and had my body tensing up without me realising. I was still staring at the screen through the credits, hypnotised. That reaction was also a result of the camerawork – very unique, combining a documentary style (with hidden cameras, in the streets of Scotland and whatnot) with an extremely artistic, static style of shooting that reminds me a lot of Tarkovsky – several shots could be framed as a painting/photo. It was a visual experience for sure, I was frozen at several points, my eyes glued to what was on the screen.
It is very much left to interpretation, one could argue it was vague – but I think that was the intent, he wanted to make the source novel material more ambiguous and up to the viewer to decide. This movie is something else, the only thing I can think of that comes close is UPSTREAM COLOR, but only in the approach – throwing all the normal techniques of cinema out the window to create something that just sticks in your head, I’m gonna guess for about a week.
9.5/10 – unlike any film, or any piece of art, that I have ever seen. Unclassifiable and unmissable.