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I think Gaultier designed the costumes.
In my opinion, one of Greenaway's weakest films. Not a bad film, but it pales when compared to some of the other things he has done. Why it is so acclaimed when movies like Zoo: a Zed and Two Noughts or Drowning by Numbers are obscure is completely beyond me. I think that it might have something to do with it being one of his few movies in which there's a consistent quality of acting. He doesn't seem to care much about the art of acting, but most audiences can't see past bad actors; The Belly of an Architect is particularly offensive in this regard, bar Dennehy. It's also certainly a lot less cerebral and challenging than his other work, making it more accessible. I think that it lacks in his normal aesthetic grandeur as well, although the use of colours is nice (you would have noticed that the wardrobe changes between the differently coloured rooms are detailed enough for the soles of Mirren's shoes to change). In short, to me it's 'Greenaway meets Hollywood'.
My friend told me that Zed is fantastic. After doing some solo research, I've determined that I really want to see Drowning next. I'm assuming it's great?