I know that me telling you that you should listen to Call Me By Your Name and Suspiria director Luca Guadagnino might blow your minds, but it's true, you oughta listen when he tells you that newcomer Dea Kulumbegashvili's debut film Beginning is "a revelation." I said as much in my review of the movie from NYFF last fall -- I called it "" -- and that was before I'd even heard that Guadagnino liked it...
The film is being released onto the streaming service MUBI on January 29th -- that's only nine days from now! You can totally remember me telling you to watch this movie for nine days. And if not me then you can totally remember Luca Guadagnino telling you to watch this movie for nine days. But if neither of those things are true well, one, go see a doctor, your brain's broken.
available to stream right this very minute if you are a member of the Museum of Modern Art, over as a part of their amazing annual "The Contenders" series. So maybe you can remember it long enough to click over to MoMA's website and become a member if you're not and then press play. I don't think that's asking too much, for god's sake.
Déa Kulumbegashvili's astonishing film BEGINNING is now streaming for @MoMAFilm members, today thru Sunday!!!!!!! https://t.co/1ggfkiDZrO— Jason Adams (@JAMNPP) January 19, 2021
Here's my review from @TheNYFF https://t.co/LiOv24HUKj pic.twitter.com/IdFkxQIbQW