Fifth about The Seventh

Swiss Army Man

Swiss Army ManSwiss Army Man: the Daniels (as the directors and screenwriters Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert style themselves) tell a very bizarre story; it’s also magical, interesting and engaging, even if the ending doesn’t stick the landing (it doesn’t invalidate the journey, but the destination doesn’t convince). Paul Dano is more than fine in his role, but it’s Daniel Radcliffe that is quite fantastic in a physically demanding and rather unique role. The film (shot by Larkin Seiple and edited by Matthew Hannam) has many interesting, inventive aspects; its mood is perfectly complemented by the music of Andy Hull and Robert McDowell.


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