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    adgy and i went out on a date and caught this last night... we both ended up rather curious as to why this won the Palme d'Or at Cannes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gescom View Post
    adgy and i went out on a date and caught this last night... we both ended up rather curious as to why this won the Palme d'Or at Cannes.
    Not to say it was a bad movie, necessarily...

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    It won the Palm d'Or because it was ****ing brilliant. Great script, great direction, overall a great movie. ****ing loved it.

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    Vantage Point. It was okay..

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    For whatever reason, this movie really struck a nerve with me. I think Benicio Del Toro is grossly underrated.

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    I've been waiting a Looooonnnnnnnnnnng time for this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casbahrock77 View Post





    For whatever reason, this movie really struck a nerve with me. I think Benicio Del Toro is grossly underrated.
    Susanne Bier's films seem to have the effect. I can't wait to see this. I appreciate Del Toro as an actor as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiehardKingsFan View Post
    It won the Palm d'Or because it was ****ing brilliant. Great script, great direction, overall a great movie. ****ing loved it.


    i don't know about brilliant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snape View Post
    Susanne Bier's films seem to have the effect. I can't wait to see this. I appreciate Del Toro as an actor as well
    I'll have to check out more of her work. Thanks for the heads-up.

    I RARELY hash out a 5-star rating on netflix and TWLITF earned it. I've never experienced anything remotely close to what the main characters did, but I still managed to feel a strong connection with both of them and had an overwhelming sense of empathy for them throughout the movie.

    Every elicited emotion was just one gut-wrenching stroke on a canvas after another, painting a beautiful but very sad picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casbahrock77 View Post
    I'll have to check out more of her work. Thanks for the heads-up.

    I RARELY hash out a 5-star rating on netflix and TWLITF earned it. I've never experienced anything remotely close to what the main characters did, but I still managed to feel a strong connection with both of them and had an overwhelming sense of empathy for them throughout the movie.

    Every elicited emotion was just one gut-wrenching stroke on a canvas after another, painting a beautiful but very sad picture.
    Then definitely check out After the Wedding. I thought it was pretty powerful film. I enjoyed Brothers (Brødre) as well.

    Here is the trailer for After The Wedding: VIDEO: After the Wedding - Trailer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snape View Post
    Then definitely check out After the Wedding. I thought it was pretty powerful film. I enjoyed Brothers (Brødre) as well.

    Here is the trailer for After The Wedding: VIDEO: After the Wedding - Trailer
    Added to the queue. Cheers!

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