Phantom Thread Review: P.T. Anderson Weaves a Beautifully Twisted Yarn

Phantom Thread is another gorgeous fever dream of a film by Anderson, with Day-Lewis’ powerhouse performance matched by his costar Vicky Krieps’ here.

P.T. Anderson and Daniel Day-Lewis reunite in the period drama Phantom Thread, with ten years having now passed since the filmmaker and three time Oscar winning actor collaborated on the celebrated Upton Sinclar adaptation There Will Be Blood. Following his explorations of collective trauma and the rise of cultism in the aftermath of WWII in The Master, and the shift from 1960s counterculture to ’70s authoritarianism with his Thomas Pynchon adaptation Inherent Vice, Anderson turns his eye toward the London fashion scene of the mid-20th century for Phantom Thread. As with ...

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