Um filme que sugere reflexão através do sentir de imagens...
What a beautiful film.
Those precious memories of childhood…
The Tree of Life is a film of sweeping beauty, it’s an introspective look into our own spirituality and a reflection on our upbringings and the influences that shaped us into who we are.
This is Malick at his most intimate and his more spiritual. God and religion is usually a big part of Malick’s films, but here it’s at the forefront. Here Malick seems almost angry at God though, questioning his plan for the…
The first time I saw it I liked it.
The second time around I loved it.
The third time, I was left in tears.
One word: Beautiful
Thanks God for Terrence Malick.
Don't get me wrong for my review score, the film is good indeed. The photography is memorable, the acting is great, the soundtrack is really good, and even the message the film passes is very nice. But it has a problem that - according to my taste in cinema - prevents it to be great: it tries to accomplish more than it can. Too much grandioseness is tiring for me.
The film shows how nature works: since the beginning of…
Anyone that says this is the greatest movie ever made has not seen enough movies.
It was a great film but at parts it dragged a bit. I like the way it was mainly images for the first part of the film. Great cinematography. Jessica Chastain's beauty almost ruined it for me.
The Tree of Life is a questioning, daring, spectacular, although slow experience, with fantastic performances and directing. It is mysterious and questions not only life and death but also existence. With phenomenal cinematography from Emmanuel Lubezki, and breathtaking visual effects, it is quite a spectacle to look at, and has a score beyond magnificent. It is strong, difficult, and never really tells you anything, instead it shows you them. It is a film that isn't for everyone, as its slow…
Watched this with my mother. Sacred.