The transformation continues.
Robert Pattinson became a movie star thanks to teenybopper franchises, with a key supporting role in Harry Potter and one of the leads in Twilight.
Since then, however, the lanky one has proven his mettle with a string of fiercely-crafted independent films, and I couldn’t be happier.
This one, which pits him against a gamy Willem Dafoe, plunges into madness and mayhem from the word go and never looks back.
Tracking two lighthouse tenders, left to stew in unhappiness and anger while camped at the end of the world, it’s bizarre, demanding, and uncompromising.
Good job, boys.