The follow is a quote from today’s review of The Immortal Augustus Gladstone in The Washington Post…
Miller’s first feature film,“The Immortal Augustus Gladstone,” is less open-ended [than Myst], beginning with a shot of a gravestone that foreshadows a morbid conclusion quite different from the implication of its title.
The strangely poetic movie, however, is similarly characterized by an enigma.
That enigma is Augustus himself…
To read the entire review, written by Michael O’Sullivan, click here!
shot above: Mischa Jakupcak during Augustus’ tea party
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