Such a real & honest film. Feels like real people, not actors. Almost like a documentary in its realism and yet the cinematography is picturesque and intimate.
It's a tragedy that many consider this one of Kubrick's lesser films because it's a certifiable masterpiece. As usual with his films, it's working on multiple layers, symbolism everywhere, dialogue with double meanings, & thought-provoking themes running throughout. One of Kidman's best performances and Cruise is excellent here as well.