We had a lot of great films that has come out in the year of 2019. We had Avengers Endgame, John Wick 3, Yesterday, and so on. But between the big summer films that were dominating this year, there were two films I couldn't forget. One film is about a man who has a mental disorder who’s living in a terrible condition, and the other is about a poor soul who is abandoned and is alone in an isolated place for a long time. These two might sound the same, but the only similarity is the characters the two films mostly focus on. These two characters I'm going to talk about is Arthur Fleck and Spinel.
Let me just say this. When I finally did watch this film all the way through, I had been wanting to for many years after only seeing the first half an hour or so a few times. Visually, the film is absolutely stunning, the acting is brilliant and the way it has been filmed coincides with the time in which it took place. On that point, the thing I really like about the film is that in some aspects, certain sections are filmed like news reports from the 50s and 60s with the cameras running after the people they're filming etc. and the various tracking shots on large scale marches.