Thursday, February 3, 2011


Not bad how it begins, the sparse dialog, the puzzling relationship between the two main characters. But I'm perhaps too cynical to accept that people might decide it is time to heal and just carry on for the rest of their lives following train tracks they set when they were still damaged goods. This movie, given the subject matter, the multiple scenes of implied or explicit violence against women would never have been made in the USA. What I liked is the sense of this movie as an alien product: trying to understand it, feeling moved by it no matter what, is a reward in itself.

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