It has shocking visual stills, gorgeous scenes and scenery and unbelievably interesting nods to other
You can probably tell that I really enjoyed the character of Shosanna Dreyfus, played by Melanie Laurent. You can read the NY Times review here. Although I disagree with much of the text, I did like this group of sentences -
As usual Mr. Tarantino gives you a lot to chew on, though there’s plenty to gag on as well. Much depends on whether you can just groove on his framing and staging, his swooping crane shots, postmodern flourishes (Samuel L. Jackson in voice-over explaining the combustibility of nitrate prints) and gorgeously saturated colors, one velvety red in particular.
I did not know it is a somewhat re-make of obscure spaghetti WWII and forgotten B-movie classic,
The Inglorious Bastards. This really isn't important. I just thought it was interesting.
Finally, there was some sun today and I was able to get photos of gloves taken.
These are made from recycled repurposed sweater sleeves