Originally Posted by imdaman99
He really does play a great villain. I saw it again and appreciated his whackiness. That washing his hand before he went to pee and than NOT washing it on his way out, says a man only washes it before OR after but not both, it's a sign of weakness
I stumbled on this article yesterday about how odd it is that a movie is receiving this level of critical acclaim while really being centered around the physical relationship between a woman and a fish person.
It's interesting to me, because it doesn't mention Shannon's characters' relationship with his wife, which is jarringly bizarre and so sudden. And then his advances toward Elisa are really unnerving. I know they're playing a "who's the real monster" idea, but the Shannon sex scene was quite a way to push the envelope.