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Shannon G (ag) wrote: Different and engaging
Valeed C (de) wrote: Kareena kapoor, kareena kapoor, kareena kapoor !! ..
Muffinhead (it) wrote: Junkie mum's better than no mum Requiem For A Dream as seen through the eyes of the ten-year-old son of a junkie. The most important aspect of this film is how it focuses on a 10 year old boy and his problem with his heroin addicted mother. All the performances were faultless. It was an interesting role for Keira Knightly, Molly Parker and Harry Eden were superb.
Jeremy D (us) wrote: While I very much enjoy the song the film was named after, this movie was rather slow and badly acted.
Ryan J (gb) wrote: Very excellent film. The choice of black and white to shoot the film was a very good idea. So was the casting of the 2 brothers. I believe they are chosen to look completely different (although in the narrative they are supposed to look identical) is that the director/writer wanted to show how different their personalities are. Perhaps this could not have been conveyed so easily if 2 actual twins were cast. Anyway, this was an excellent film, check it out.
Arslan K (nl) wrote: Surprisingly not dated
Richard D (gb) wrote: Roeg's solo-directorial debut and the start of his incredible flawless streak of 1970s films. On the surface, this is a film about two English children (Jenny Agutter and Roeg's son Luc) trapped deep in the desert when their father kills himself and the young aborigine (David Gulpilil) who helps them survive. Roeg has a superficial endorsement of nature over civilization at the surface of the film, but there are hints of a Herzogian distrust of nature bubbling beneath the surface. Like all of Roeg's best films, there's an even deeper logic to the film that isn't centered on the characters or the narrative but more on the flow of his incredible imagery. The experiences of the three young characters, framed by a pair of suicides, transform them in ways that make sense, but not exactly on a level you can explain in words.
Kyle W (es) wrote: My wife and I's favorite movie. Seen this MULTIPLE times and never gets old.
Jordan W (br) wrote: Chadwick Bosemen does a great job portraying James Brown.