I really enjoyed it too, that I didn't really know what was going, that I haven't figured it out yet, I rather like that... it did bring to mind other films for me: barry lyndon, witchfinder general, performance, black death, the wicker man... for different reasons, I dig it, it was a wild ride, I need to watch it again soonDan Pop-o-matic wrote:Just watched A Field In England. Genuinely brain scrambling stuff, I can't recall seeing anything else like it. Amazing performances from people who are mostly known as comedy actors as well.
Ben Wheatley is my new favourite director, what with Kill List, Sightseers and this.
the cast was great, I kind of thought they would be, particularly smiley and shearsmith
I'm liking wheatley a lot, this and sightseers were great, kill list is kind of flawed but I enjoyed it (enjoy is the wrong word) more than most people seemed to, couldn't get into down terrace- hadn't appreciated he directed episodes of 'ideal', has anyone seen 'the wrong door'? it was a sketch show- a lot of wheatley's 'regulars' on it plus matt berry, sean pertwee, other people- that he directed