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Aman A (jp) wrote: Dude, no I mean it, Dude, Dekho. This is one of those films that you hate the fact that you are actually eating in the hall. I am a big popcorn fan and anybody who knows me knows that I go to movies to grab a tub and a large, but in this movie, I was sad I had a tub and a large. I actually didn't finish my tub of 'corn and left it on the ground. I couldn't keep my eyes off it. I wanted to get every nuance, every shot, every feeling, every thought and just... everything. I wanted it all. It made me want to get more even when it gave a lot. I can't get over this film. I want to watch it again. I will watch it again. I may watch it once more after that. This is a film that makes me proud to aspire to be in the industry at some point. It makes me feel proud to be from the country that came up with this. I hope this is the selection of India's highly political charged selection committee for the oscars because I am god damn sure this would be among the top 5 in foreign language. It is filming at its sheer bold best and acting is next level. The one shots, oh, the one shots. At a point in the movie, I found myself sitting raptured with my tongue out in happiness and disbelief at the one shots I was seeing, nay, perceiving. Please, if there is ever a decision you have to make to watch a movie, this has to be your first pick. Please, watch it. Anand Gandhi, I am now an ardent fan.
Grant T (ca) wrote: Entertaining because of the music, but the film overall could have been better with a more musically enticed director
Alexis D (us) wrote: Love that the killer comes from within the film but the dialouge and acting was lacking as were the scares.
Marvin B (fr) wrote: The storytelling is very unique and totally entertaining. Watching this is like drinking a healthy tea for 2 hours.
Eugene B (mx) wrote: love the youth/adult action
Frances H (fr) wrote: Out standing and inspiring film of a life that was courageously lived and made a huge difference. Why does someone (or many people) have to die before things that so obviously need to be changed, are changed? Again, I must disagree with the critics--Why does this powerful moving biopic with a superb performance by Cate Blanchett with 70% of the audience liking it get only a 54% rating, when a meaningless piece of nothing like Jesus' Son gets such a high percentage? Why do critics so often like films that are dull, have characters with no redeeming qualities and have nothing significant to say? And then they diss movies like this one. Makes no sense.
Anna G (kr) wrote: This movie stayed in my mind long after I saw it. I was brought up with my Grandmother who resembled the mother of the painter in the movie. I have heard the tale of the massacre from my family and from my grandmother. I have seen her scars. I have heard her wake up in the middle of the night screaming.... she died when she was about 100. Her exact age uncertain because she had blocked out memories. I have always been awed by her history and her ability to survive. The movie brought back things that she taught me.... exactly. How could a movie bring the complexity of a people destroyed, yet in many ways vibrant. I have heard the same things that the turkish man in the movie said. I was confused by the plot, but I could tell that the plot did not transcend the story- the story itself was like a painting. Like the hands of the mother in the painting, unfinished.... or left unclear for you and I to imagine. Anyone seeing the movie should probably let go of a need to control the story and simply observe.... and get uncomfortable... take the nuggets of the film much like Charles Az... character did with the pomegranate, treasure the seeds in your stomach since history does not give us the room to eat each seed one at a time. What I realized after the movie is how lucky I am to be alive. I am grateful for the courage and imagination that Egoyan and others used to create this ground breaking film. I am now two days after seeing the movie and I continue to appreciate what the artists did. Anyone seeing the movie and judging it as a "melodrama" has not really understood it- I believe. The movie transcends a genocide of a people and brings up the issue of accountability for the every day person. The movie affirms humanity and the value of a person's individual experience.
Arum Padma O (it) wrote: It's beautiful, sorrow and depressing. It's the subtle feeling that matter about this film, though it didn't really explore James' guilt and seem didn't have any particular problem to delivered.
Marcos S (br) wrote: Emma Thompson is perfect as Margaret Schlegel.
Bruce s (gb) wrote: was good for the time
jay n (gb) wrote: Completely worth seeking out for Glenn Miller's music alone but add in a saucy Dorothy Dandridge specialty number and the ice skating finale and this is can't miss entertainment. The plot is middling but that's not what you watching for anyway.
Daniel I (fr) wrote: An enjoyable silent film with Erich von Stroheim on fine form. The film is often funny and it is quite captivating for a silent film.