The Great Actor’s Last Film

Movies: 'Phantom Thread ’

Daniel Day-Lewis does not act roles, he inhabits them. Now, in his self-proclaimed last movie role, he is Reynolds Woodcock, a famous couturier to the rich and famous in London’s extravagant post-World War II in Paul Thomas Anderson’s gorgeous meditation on the tyranny of creativity, “Phantom Thread.”

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