Ending kinda fucked up what would have been considered a great movie. Great dialog and two Oscar worthy performances is what you’re getting with this Netflix flick so it definitely worth a watch. Also the cinematography was just beautiful all the way through so there’s really nothing to lose. Just forget about the last 5 minutes.
This film is a true masterpiece of cinema. At clocking in around three hours, this film surprisingly keeps you engaged with its characters. Never once did I get bored or look at my phone to check the time. The acting is great but the dubbing sometimes did not match the lips of characters. I do not know if that has something to do with Netflix but it was a little distracting. But other than that this film is a masterpiece. It will defiantly be taking a spot in my favorite movies of all time list.
When I first saw this movie, I thought it was very good, very endearing, as well as very sad. It had a unique and practical charm to it. At the time I saw it, I thought this film was a bit overrated. Seeing this now after growing up a bit, having a few more relationships, and really paying attention to the music, the lighting, and the camera work, I can say that this is one of my favorite films ever.…