The Shape of Water: Film Review

The most fitting description I could think of for The Shape of Water is that it was just plain beautiful. It takes a lot of skill to get the audiences invested enough in a story to believe in its possibilities, to raise their hope and get them to focus on what could be than what could not. This film had no beautiful princesses, and no handsome prince. Nor did it have an all star cast that could guarantee box office success. What it did have was love, loyalty, friendship, and a kinship that spoke to the heart. What it did have was a tale that moved with its sincerity.  And even though it was portrayed as a fantasy,  it was relatable in the contemporary as its message was universal. And that is what made this film so beautiful.… Read More The Shape of Water: Film Review