Tracee Ellis Ross and Dakota Johnson Harmonize Wonderfully when you look at the High Note

Tracee Ellis Ross and Dakota Johnson Harmonize Wonderfully when you look at the High Note

The name of this brand brand brand new movie The High Note (available for electronic leasing may 29) shows a soar, a pierce, some dizzily reached, towering altitude. It evokes one thing big, put simply, a scale that director Nisha Ganatra’s movie will not satisfy. But that’sn’t a thing that is bad. The High Note is not an ecstatic, tenuously held burst; alternatively, it is a mellow pleasure, sleekly directed by Ganatra, whom turns Flora Greeson’s sometimes programmatic script into one thing of smooth, sensual heat. Read more