By Charles Bramesco
Peter Strickland’s follow-up to The Duke of Burgundy concerns the movements of an accursed, eye-catching garment.
By Anton Bitel
Joel Horwood and Tom Scutt’s production brilliantly amplifies Peter Strickland’s 2012 film.
By Hannah Woodhead
Peter Strickland spins a yarn about a very literal phantom thread in his most audacious and bizarre film to date.
Toronto Film Festival
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