Todd Haynes movies, love ’em or … not? Wait, does anyone not love Todd Haynes movies? Anyway, the point is that the man is a consummate visual storyteller, and in that regard, Wonderstruck might be his magnum opus. There are two main stories, one set in the 1970s and another in the 1920s, each with a child protagonist and each moving in their own ways. If you think that they might be connected, yes, of course, they are both to each other, and a third story told later in the film.
It would have been easy to adapt this story, a kids novel, for kids, but Wonderstruck is a moving tale for all ages.Continue reading “VIFF Review: ‘Wonderstruck’ is a magical, moving tale for all ages”