Thanks to Grantland‘s Cinemetrics’ columnist Zach Baron for the compliment, and congrats for actually taking a rhetorical stab at what The Master is about, to wit: “The Master manages to tell much of the sad postwar story in this country: the demise of its communal ideals; the rise of a kind of spiritual cynicism that substituted obedience for faith; the unrelenting individual isolation that ensued.”

But in a Master article posted yesterday (Thursday, 9.13) the Guardian‘s Tom Shone quotes the same tweet plus another (I blurted out several as I left the theatre on 9.8) but it doesn’t rightly attribute. Rather, it credits two separate fans (“one fan” + “another”).