[war, trauma, death, time, romance]
Does well to explicate the heightened awareness of vitality and mortality that accompany love, and the realization that you only have so much time with a person, so you want to make the most of every second.
The opening sequence of this film pulled me in immediately-- the flow of information and sense of cosmic space is conveyed seamlessly and with a rhythm that feels both propulsive and contemplative.
There are certain points where exposition feels a little cumbersome, especially surround Roger Livesey's Dr. Reeves. Looking back, he's given a lot of screen time, but he seems like more flatly tied to plot than than character.