A Ghost Story (Bluray Review)

Director; David Lowery
Drama/Romance
1h 32 minutes
Copy provided by SONY HOME

Where to begin, a story that I thought would take me by storm but instead made me want to claw my own eyes out, apologizing to them for even letting them waste vision by watching this.
Barely any dialogue, grey, and it felt like it never came to an end, I was legit praying for the credits to roll but no matter what I did, nothing seemed to make time pass, a snoozing fest at its best.

A husband returns as a white-sheeted ghost to his home in hope to reconnect with his bereft wife, proving that true love truly is the strongest bond and can conquer anything, even death and being in two different worlds.

It was dull, slow, and watching paint dry would’ve been a blast compared to this, the script was trying so hard to be rich in heart, soul, and emotions, that it ended up being empty instead. It needed more conversations and a much deeper plot and faster pace. 3/10

Bluray Extras;
Deleted scenes
A composer’s story
A Ghost Story and the inevitable passing of time