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In Bruges

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    The film that made me realize that Colin Farrell can act

    This film follows two British hit men, played by Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson, who have to hide out in Bruges, Belgium after a hit goes awry. Neither are quite sure why they were told to hide there, but one loves the sightseeing of the town, while the other loves the sightseeing of women. They spend their time talking of life, death, and guilt, all while trying to not kill each other. This film is visually stunning, partially because of the beauty of the area and partially the film style. The ending leads to a good questioning of the themes, for example, the part that Purgatory plays in Colin Farrell's life. In all, the film is very beautiful, has interesting themes, and emotional elements keep you watching.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Philosophy of Righteousness, Life and Death

    The movie is set in what could be the most boring place on earth or the most beautiful (depending on one's level of cynicism). The one act of violence and its consequences ripple through the lives of the main characters and affect the people around them. In Bruges has very quirky humor, a hilarious midget, and some sexy interaction between an assassin and a gorgeous drug dealer but throughout the movie still manages to make one think seriously about the value of life and the ways morality, righteousness, and justice aren't always carried out by morally pure people.

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