Plus: is it okay to lie to an advice columnist?
I loved The Card Counter for many of the reasons expressed in the episode and I’m only going on to create a bit of a SPOILER buffer.
Okay, so in that scene with Gordo and Will I read Dafoe’s performance as not only a acceptance to what was going to happen but an accepted one. I think they both wanted absolution and so they did “take turns” until one was done.
Complete opposite of you guys. I felt this was a worthless movie. Had many gripes with it -- Haddish not great; her relationship with Tell; the poker; the ending; his motivations. Answer me this as I still don't understand: why did Tell go to the place he went at the end after his actions? Why did the person who came to see him come?
Also, just a personal gripe: the aspect ratio was quite weird and didn't see a point other than he wanted to be different.