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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 26, 2012

    Truly Awful

    I was very excited to see this film as virtually all reviews were glowing and it had been such a film festival hit; there was even some Oscar chatter...well, I should have known. How many times have I been burned by such accolades to later see the film and go, "WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA?" {"Black Swan" a perfect example}

    I love a lot of indie and arthouse films--but for the life of me, I can't understand what anyone sees in this. {SPOILERS HERE!} A young couple, "desperately" in love, are to be separated as she's English and must go home. As this love is so strong, it can't survive 2 months (in the land of Skype, texting, etc) she ignores the visa and stays past her cut off--and is shocked when she is denied re-entry to the US when she tried to re-enter months later.

    Thus the set up of the "madly in love" long distance couple whose passion is so great they suffer horribly--yet it doesn't stop them from getting seriously involved with other people, ignoring one another, hurting each other--all the while trying to get the visa situation worked out. Oh--then they get married to solve the problem while still carrying on serious affairs and being ambivalent. It goes on and on--and all I wanted to do is scream these people to grow the ^&(&()*)* up and move on.

    The performances are good; the actors do well with imbecilic material (a pillow fight dominates the wedding night?! Lots of monosyllabic dialogue and sulking). It's fun to see a pre-Katniss Jennifer Lawerence play a grown up role (even if it's thankless--she's the constantly spurned 'other woman/doormat')

    Then there's the ending--OMG--this film just ENDS. Stops--with no resolution at ALL. I was stunned--so annoyed I listened to the writer's commentary who congratulates himself on such a wonderful, amibiguous ending because the scene they shot that explained the ending--well, it was better to leave us all throwing a shoe thru the screen for art's sake.

    If you want several reviews--go over to Amazon--there's a whole lot of people who feel like me. This seems to be a "love it or hate it" film--I'm with the latter.

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