Review: Nightcrawler (2014)

I still find him and the producer less gross than certain real-life American news outlets.

Thomas Flight, in observing the way Lou’s camerawork improves and “grows to fill our screens”, notes that we as viewers become complicit in his behaviour, and articulates the feelings and questions the film inspires

… while Michael from Lessons from the Screenplay asks how, despite the repulsive behaviour of the protagonist, we remain riveted and invested in seeing his story play out: