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A Single Man

2009
Drama
1h 39m
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Rated 19 Jan 2010
75
77th
Accomplished character study with underdeveloped themes. Moore was astonishingly insufferable but I get the attention given to Colin Firth who's not just "better than usual", in fact doing an excellent job. His narration and acting is the film. The debuting director does showcase a considerable sense of style, in particular with several ultra-slow-mo shots which - together with the atmospheric score - reinforces the mood already established by Firth and let you share incidents with him.
Rated 25 Feb 2010
8
78th
Ford seems to struggle occasionally with the camerawork and editing yet the lucious art design and subtle direction signal the arrival of a grand visionary. From the fine performances to Korzeniowski/Umebayashi's breathtaking score - for which I sat through the end credits - nothing came off as superfluous in the end. Every element serves its purpose wisely to create an honest and profound piece of work.
Rated 13 Dec 2009
90
85th
I liked this movie, but I was really, really pulling for the darker ending. You'll know what I mean when you see it. I felt kind of ripped off when the movie didn't deliver it to me. Otherwise, the visual style was quite strong and unique, and the acting was good all around. One sequence that stands out was the dinner scene between Colin Firth and Julianne Moore. At one point I teared up a bit. That sequence is fantastic, possibly the best part of the film.
Rated 31 Dec 2009
74
59th
Gorgeous cinematography, great debut directing and a career-best performance by Colin Firth cannot completely save this film from it's fairly flat script and real lack of entertainment value. I kept waiting for a bit more profundity or something to tie my emotions to the main character's. Still, impressive.
Rated 03 Jan 2010
95
82nd
The struggles aren't created out of nowhere, they naturally occur in the main character, George. A man whose concerns are covered carefully, rather than turning it into a life lesson, nhilistic or hopeful. Despite the emotional boundaries between the screen and the audience, the doubts contained in George's mind are universal. Avoids the stereotypes and occasional heavy-handedness of A Serious Man.
Rated 14 Mar 2010
85
80th
13/03/10 - The stylisation sometime gets in the way of the film, but generally this is superb. Firth is heartbreaking, Hoult and Moore are both superbly desperate in their own way, and the whole thing has this wonderful intensity and amazing look and feel that carries you through wonderfully.
Rated 30 Jul 2010
7
64th
I liked the style, the use of colors, the acting (Firth is exceptional) but some directorial choices felt unnecessary. Thin narrative means you have to get the most out of your shots. Ford milks it just that little bit too much.
Rated 15 Jan 2010
83
93rd
A well -acted and beautifully-crafted (if particularly self-indulgent film) whose main flaw is its reliance on an unnecessary voice-over at the beginning and end. Firth is remarkable.
Rated 21 Feb 2010
80
74th
Sumptuously stylish but story short on substance. Ford's debut mesmerises with its attention to detail, and even if the film is half made by the props and set department, his camerawork and editing is 90% well judged. Parts of it play like softcore homoerotic porn, but other scenes are slow and stilted. Overall nobody seems to know what Colin's destiny is supposed to be or where he will go next. Firth gets a credibility rebirth, and the support cast is spot-on. Reminded me of Death in Venice.
Rated 27 Jul 2010
74
56th
It seemed like a homosexual Alice in Wonderland. Falconer lets Jim lead him down the rabbit hole. He then wades through an intensely stylized world where he gets approached by bi-lingual male models and sought after by bisexual students. His escape from the Queen of Hearts, Charley, who just doesn't get his mind but wants his body..takes place in two ways; A tidy attempt at suicide via a very suggestive gun position and finally the only poetic way to escape the pain of lost love, a heart attack.
Rated 02 Aug 2010
83
88th
Subdued and with a quiet dignity that I really enjoyed. A basic story about loss and giving up that might have been done better by others (gave me some flashbacks to Le Feu Follet) but still has a lot of strong elements. The film looks great (with only some choppy editing to distract sometimes), and even though it was overdone I enjoyed the moments where color suddenly breaks through and offers a ray of positivity. Firth carries the film wonderfully.
Rated 09 Dec 2010
90
96th
Wow... Beautiful film! Very Wong Kar Wai slow motion, blended with multiple camera angles and a strong performance by Colin Firth guides you into the inner core of George's sadness. Such small details as a shift in colorgrading could seem irrelevant and overdoing it, but here it absolutely works to perfection! "And then it comes..."
Rated 09 Dec 2010
80
80th
I'm not exactly a connaisseur of gay cinema, so I might be talking out of my ass when I say that 'A Single Man' is a refreshingly mature and intelligent drama about longing, mourning and the inhability to give in to desire. Like with 'Brokeback Mountain' the issue of homosexuality is suitably secondary. For the film geek it's noteworthy for the ingenius use of colorgrading, so simple and elegantly applied, that it's mindboggling that it hasn't been done before.
Rated 12 Feb 2011
95
93rd
One of the most beautiful movie-compositions i've ever seen and heard. It's like Bunken already said, Ford walks on the path of Wong Kar Wai, and that is very promising.
Rated 24 Oct 2011
96
98th
A thing of beauty, and as someone who has been depressed, essential viewing.
Rated 09 Feb 2010
97
97th
Ford impresses w/ crisply-realized images& metaphor (neither pretentiously opaque nor 2 heavy-handed) that convey the permanent outsider status of the lead, as well as an ever-present sense of despair. & while Firth is deserving of all the praise he's getting, Moore gives an equally bravura performance, almost 1-upping him as a divorcee unable 2 mask equally great depths of sadness & loneliness in drink and slightly-2-loud laughter. The score, all evocatively mournful strings, is also a stunner
Rated 15 Feb 2010
93
85th
Firth is fantastic in his Oscar worthy performance. The film, from beginning to end, masterfully lets the audience feel the struggles George is experiencing. Highly recommended.
Rated 04 Feb 2016
3
45th
Couture designed, strongly felt, impeccably performed, and unfortunately hamstrung by a smug ending.
Rated 19 Apr 2010
80
78th
Ford has created an emotional journey to the heart of a widowed man, who suffers from not being allowed to show his true emotions. Firth is sensational, the soundtrack magnificent and the camerawork that of a master.
Rated 26 Apr 2010
20
5th
Intolerable, self-important artiness strands a good performance. Gay decadence in place of analysis. Visually hideous.
Rated 17 May 2010
80
73rd
It took some time for me to warm to this, as the extravagantly artsy direction and cinematography is quite distancing. But towards the end of the film the characters take more of the focus and it becomes quite moving.
Rated 08 Jan 2015
67
37th
This was on the verge of being a great film, but the ending is quite frustrating for me. I don't mind so much WHAT happens, but HOW... it comes off as much too contrived (perhaps it works better in the novel?). Also, there's a sudden fount of exposition which mars the protagonist's previously understated stoicism. I don't regret watching this, but it falls short of being generally recommendable.
Rated 30 Jun 2010
75
66th
Not exactly impressive plotwise but this introspective film is still worth watching if only for Colin Firth's outstanding, career-best performance (and also a great one from the always good and extremely talented Ms. Moore). The heartbreaking score also helped create that melancholic atmosphere needed for such a quiet film like this where nothing much happens but it just wasn't enough to really pull me into the story. Still, it's a good enough film about life and loss.
Rated 18 Jul 2010
70
23rd
This just in, gay people care about their partners too. In between plotting sessions for overthrowing Lord God's government. Also heterosexual relationships sometimes don't work out, and this is sad and to be commented upon. This film is beautiful looking but I couldn't help but not care. Maybe if I was gay I'd be more sensitive, and thus would enjoy a film about a guy who is sad and dies. That's all this film is.
Rated 29 Jul 2010
87
87th
Imagine if Wong Kar-wai remade The Fire Within as an exquisite perfume commercial, but gayer. That is basically what this is. Exactly the sort of movie i'd expect from a fashion designer, which from me at least is a compliment. If "style over substance" is a negative trait to you than stay well away from this, but if you love gorgeous visuals and can tolerate a heightened, slightly stiltedly poetic tone than you should be in heaven.
Rated 29 Aug 2010
64
6th
Fine Colin Firth and Julianne Moore performances obscured by the ticks of a pretentious style, consisting--in this case--of obtrusive violins, a textbook-case use of a symbolic color palette ("He's experiencing real emotion! More red! More yellow!), and an over-reliance on symbol and close-up (e.g., large, ominous clocks). This bleak story has much feeling, some wit, and even a little humor, but--alas!--all is swept away in the pursuit of the grandeur of "Art". Read the book instead.
Rated 14 Oct 2010
100
98th
så meget skønhed i én film...
Rated 08 Feb 2016
45
39th
Is Tom Ford gay or something?
Rated 02 Jan 2011
83
79th
Brilliant directing by first-timer Ford and a sublime performance by Colin Firth.
Rated 31 Jan 2011
83
79th
The visual style and use of colour in the film is spectacular and though this is Tom Ford's directorial debut his artistic talent is certainly evident. A film with this small of a cast hangs on the performance of it's lead and Colin Firth doesn't disappoint. He is a superb actor and ensures the film is genuine. Certainly A Single Man is a tragic film but throughout it is a message of hope.
Rated 11 Apr 2011
65
42nd
What a gorgeous, gorgeous folly "A Single Man" is. Tom Ford, in spite of his first-timer awkwardness, has crafted this with such exquisite care. As a surface, the film is impossible to resist. But look out for scenes where people talk. And it's apparent that the kernel is hollow. Despite moments of inspiration and genuine beauty, as well as great performances from Firth and Moore, this is, ultimately, superficial. Although moving at times, there's not much essence beneath the shiny wrapping.
Rated 08 Sep 2011
70
53rd
An artsy shot of Firth takin' a dump
Rated 11 Oct 2011
78
66th
I enjoyed this movie, but it's slightly lacking in substance and Ford's rapid change of color tone to signify emotion is used as a crutch and ends up being disheartening to the overall good direction. In the end this movie failed at making me empathetic leaving only my imagination to create the sorrow I expected the main character felt.
Rated 11 Mar 2012
55
53rd
Firth's acting is phenomenal, and the movie looks and sounds fantastic. However, some of the stylization comes across as extraneous rather than essential to the subject matter.
Rated 30 Sep 2012
90
98th
Simply, breathtakingly and word-failingly beautiful that is all you need to know. It's easy to find something to say when a movie does something wrong, but often you find yourself choosing your words more carefully when it does pretty much everything right and then some. Ford has a designers eye for costume and design, an photographers view of visuals and an excellent eye for character. Hard to believe that this is a debut. Oh and Firth is pretty good too ... but you knew that.
Rated 09 Jul 2013
92
95th
One of my favorite traits about good films is when the technical works in tandem with the thematic. Tom Ford does that here, shifting the color palette to match Firth's (who is exceptional here) immediate emotional state. And the film's filled with great little things like this. This is a slight film that doesn't fall into needless melodrama or plot complications. It's a thoughtful, moving character study that's crafted with the utmost of care.
Rated 03 Oct 2013
50
49th
A mostly depressing movie about a gay man who has lost his lover. The subject matter is tiresome but the acting is mostly superb but frequently subdued. It is thought provoking, but not as entertaining as it could have been. The overall feeling I got from the movie was sadness and the ending was very poor. I liked the ageist themed discussions, but the story was just a little too morose and gloomy for me.
Rated 22 Jan 2014
85
65th
Though the costumes are beautiful and the art direction impeccable, what stands out most from this debut by fashion designer Tom Ford is the leading performance by Colin Firth.
Rated 25 Dec 2009
20
44th
The Christmas movie for holiday depressives (who after all deserve one, too), an adaptation of the Isherwood novel detailing the planned last day of a homosexual English professor grieving his dead lover, anally-compulsively tying up loose ends, saying his guarded goodbyes, practicing the proper posture to shoot himself in bed, laying out his burial attire with the helpful note, "Tie in a Windsor knot."
Rated 27 Dec 2009
43
21st
There's no substance here, probably because nothing happens outside of the first and last 5 minutes of the movie; the rest is just Colin Firth giving a subdued range of emotions (mostly depressed). Ford certainly has a unique style, but I wish he had more of a story to work with.
Rated 15 Nov 2021
85
84th
Abel Korsinski’s score seals the deal.
Rated 24 Jan 2010
82
48th
Exquisite, elegant, and impeccably Art Directed... And yet, it is so specifically saturated with a homosexual oeuvre that it never quite reached me emotionally... I admired the work, but definitely felt it was made for a specific audience...
Rated 14 Feb 2010
99
99th
I've been thinking about it nonstop since seeing it, it's just fantastic.
Rated 17 Oct 2021
55
68th
it's a decent film but it didn't quite move me.
Rated 08 Mar 2010
90
84th
A fantastic performance from Firth and beautiful cinematography make this one of the finest films of 09. Ford makes his claim in the cinema world with an honest portrayal the despair and (of?) disconnection of a middle-aged homosexual college professor on the day he decides to kill himself.
Rated 16 Apr 2010
87
75th
great!!!
Rated 16 Apr 2010
82
89th
Great debut of Tom Ford.
Rated 15 Aug 2021
90
71st
I liked the dialogue about life and the present moment and connecting with other human beings. This dialogue was very relevant in the context of a depressed person and his will to live, or lack thereof. I found my myself never bored, and instead wondering in every scene.... Has he finally found a reason to live?
Rated 18 Jul 2015
85
85th
What a remarkable film. It is not often that a new director, with his own ideas, couples a simply brilliant performance (Firth) with an impressive script, and comes up with something fresh, emotional and truly "breath holdingly" awkward, as it is meant to be. ASM is a study of the times, where homosexuality was "there, but not recognised as valid" (eg: telephone call with relative / conversation with Charlie), and where despair, a feeling of "difference" and awkwardness pervades everything.
Rated 10 May 2010
10
94th
Firth's performance is well deserved of his Oscar, but lets not leave out Moore's gin soaked Charly. Even Nicholas Hoult, whom I usually have a disliking for, proved to be perfectly cast as Kenny: another member here called his perfomance "a little awkward" but its that awkwardness that I felt was so perfect. An awkward boy in an awkward world, the perfect mirror to Firth. Fantastic cinematography and a beautiful score. Top marks all round.
Rated 11 May 2010
86
92nd
This movie captures nicley the emotional world of a single man who lost love of his life. The score and color world were brilliant. I also liked the unconventional editing and storytelling though they were not polished till the end. Funny thing is that the scene with Julianne Moore worked the least.
Rated 13 May 2010
1
0th
Please, someone tell me what do fashion and cinema have in common? Nothing, right? So, why bother in the first place. Imao...
Rated 28 May 2010
80
40th
Tom Ford is a clothing designer by trade and absolutely did a great job with the clothes.
Rated 04 Jun 2010
75
10th
Good effort. Liked the dialogs and the camera work.
Rated 04 Jul 2021
75
76th
I can't say I like everything it does, but the way it doesn't take linear storytelling all too seriously definitely is a breath of fresh air.
Rated 14 Jun 2010
85
92nd
I thought the ending was a little lackluster, but the acting and the story in this movie far outshine anything I expected.
Rated 16 Jun 2010
77
79th
The movie is about the struggle of a man who loses the love of his life. The performance of Colin Firth is as expected. The direction is great and the cinematography is amazing. The movie has a great background score all throughout. The movie is a bit sad, but a great movie. The movie is for the serious folks and not for people looking for an weekend entertainer.
Rated 01 Jul 2010
55
31st
Well-acted, stylishly shot and, in the end, pretty forgettable.
Rated 10 Jul 2010
68
66th
Visually gorgeous at times, but it felt more like a long Gucci commercial than a film. Great performance by Colin Firth.
Rated 18 Jul 2010
71
60th
Ford offers a sunlit California setting that George can only see as unimaginably bleak while Firth gives a stunningly quiet performance of a man overwhelmed by inexpressible grief.
Rated 14 Dec 2014
70
41st
It gets a bit on-the-nose in the third act (wasn't a big fan of Hoult's character or performance) but it looks pretty, and maintains a lovely, sad atmosphere from beginning to end, though it does at times resemble a fashion magazine a little too much.
Rated 25 Jul 2010
60
49th
Overall Enjoyment: 25/40, Plot/Themes: 10/20, Cinematography/Direction: 10/20, Acting/Writing: 15/20 A sad but interesting movie. Definitely worth watching through once, but it got a little too strange for me at times, and I'm still not sure where they were going with some aspects of the plot.
Rated 03 Aug 2010
100
51st
very good drama 10 out of 10 colin firth is very good in this movie
Rated 29 Jul 2018
82
75th
Sad, touching and very intimate portrayal of loneliness. Firth is great, the rest are good enough.
Rated 09 Nov 2014
70
72nd
Undeniably beautiful to look at, although there are a few too many lingering shots for my liking. Small intimate stories like this live or die by the quality of the performances, and...well, it's Colin Firth. He's superb as always, as is Moore and the small supporting cast. There isn't much to the story, but it's delivered so well that it never becomes boring. Was surprised to learn it was the director's debut as it's delivered with such style and confidence.
Rated 26 Aug 2010
83
77th
All I knew going into this was that it starred Colin Firth. I had a vague notion that it might be some kind of romantic melodrama, probably just because of the title. Instead, it's a sort of existential character study, a bit like American Beauty, but not as smug or trite. Very good performance by Firth, although Julianne Moore was a letdown. And her British accent is pretty bad. A thoughtful movie with a nice subtlety to it, and I appreciated its unfussy handling of sexuality.
Rated 01 Sep 2010
68
41st
Colin Firth is great in this role, but the artsy cinematography stuff gets very distracting for me.
Rated 25 Sep 2010
72
41st
In his apparent ambition to create something artistic, Ford over-directs this thing almost to death. What saves it (and him, I guess) are some pretty good story-telling and some terrific acting. I like the pacing of this film, minus the parts that look like Calvin Klein ads.
Rated 12 Oct 2010
3
74th
Would have been even better without the music, which is constantly seeking to push all the right triggers.
Rated 22 Apr 2018
73
78th
Beautiful film. My only complaint is that at points it is too beautiful and starts to remind one of perfume adverts.
Rated 17 Nov 2010
6
43rd
Stylish and artistic. Colin Firth is excellent but ultimately I didn't connect with his character, so the film felt a bit hollow to me.
Rated 05 Dec 2010
87
91st
Probably a bit overdone in the style department, but it is still an absolute visual treat to go along with a phenomenal performance from Firth. The score...good god that wonderful score.
Rated 24 Dec 2010
5
0th
It is the year's most subtle movie acting and the finest performance of Firth's career.
Rated 28 Dec 2010
81
69th
80.500
Rated 14 May 2017
75
88th
What a gorgeous piece of film-making. Is there a woman more beautiful than Julianne Moore? The film is a serene and humble account of a man's final actions, the last choices that he makes in his life and the piece of mind he so longs to achieve at the shadow of his lover's death. A story about redemption with beautiful performances, score, camera work and montage filled with love and passion and intimacy, resulting in a piece of art which reinforces all the good reasons of why cinema is great.
Rated 05 Jan 2011
72
68th
Too much art. I would have preferred a tad more straightforward manner of telling the story, but when the actors are allowed to, you know, act, it's excellent.
Rated 05 Jan 2011
77
81st
I have always found that an esthetically pleasing movie appeals better to me emotionally. "A Single Man" is doubtlessly easy on the eye, but there is also a well told story about loss and the pain of having to conceal your identity. Sometimes the visuals work for the story, sometimes they are just there on their own merit, but they consistently lift the viewing experience.
Rated 05 Jan 2011
97
96th
I can't express the sort of experience I had with A Single Man very well. Suffice it to say that's what it is: closer to an experience than a viewing. It's a gorgeously riveting film - only a few times a little overdone - that relies completely on Colin Firth, who demonstrates not only can he carry a film of such emotional weight, he can be the reason it transcends melodrama. In other words, the film is good, but with Firth in every scene, the film is fantastic.
Rated 08 Jan 2011
85
91st
Very touching, true, so visual.
Rated 24 Jan 2011
2
37th
Nice camera work and Firth's acting. A bit too slow for my taste.
Rated 29 Jan 2011
90
88th
29 Ocak 11 & mukemmel bir film. goruntuler, kostumler, sehvete dair imgelerde renklerin canliligi gibi ayrintilar, colin firth'un mukemmel performansi ve muzikler.. bir yonetmenin ilk filmi icin degil, tum donemleri icin tek kelimeyle mukemmel.
Rated 27 Feb 2011
75
77th
A stylish, heartfelt and well-acted love story of the sort Socrates would approve on.
Rated 17 Apr 2011
82
81st
Wow! Mozna by melo vic navrharu rezirovat filmy.
Rated 26 Apr 2011
63
67th
Plenty of gay snobbish pretentiousness (I'm saying this in a best way possible) and style, but not enough substance. Colin Firth's performance is one to see. This film leaves emotional impact mixed with feeling of dissatisfaction. I might as well be misunderstanding the message of the film, or maybe I just don't like it.
Rated 08 Aug 2011
80
65th
This film suffers somewhat for a pronounced case of First Time Director's Disease. Ford seems determined to build so much style and technique into the crafting of the film that he often loses sight of the important task of telling his story in a meaningful, penetrating way. That improves as the film progresses as Ford starts showing up less and simply ceding the heavy lifting to Firth. The actor conveys the restrained, roiling agony of his character with devastating empathy.
Rated 26 Feb 2017
4
77th
En snygg och välgjord film med snygg skildring av såväl tid (Kubakris)som miljö. Colin Firth övertygar i sin huvudroll som en mycket brittisk litteraturvetenskapsprofessor på ett mindre universitet i Kalifornien och bär hela filmen på sina axlar. Den yttre handlingen är en smula tunn och rymmer inte så mycket av dramaturgisk utveckling även om slutet har sina poänger. Betyget blir en svag fyra.
Rated 05 Jan 2012
100
98th
Read the book and seen the movie. I have to conclude that this is one the best adaption of a novel I have ever seen. Colin Firth and Julianne Moore are outstanding. The images and sequences shown capture the mood of the novel.
Rated 16 Jan 2012
75
81st
I really liked this film. It was a quiet musing on life which didn't pay too much attention to the main character being gay - both things I like. The direction and editing were fantastic. It also had lovely visual effects, including nice, if obvious, uses of colour timing to enhance the character's emotions and viewpoint.
Rated 29 Jan 2012
96
94th
This movie is shot gorgeously, and the performances are all great.
Rated 21 Feb 2012
70
19th
Rather dull. Colin Firth is pretty good, but Julianne Moore is quite underwhelming. The bursts of color are an intriguing concept, but they're used in a way that ended up feeling more gimmicky than anything else (though this does end up being one of the nicest looking films since Far From Heaven). A big disappointment for me, really.
Rated 28 Nov 2016
77
73rd
A stylish and well-acted debut from Ford. On the wrong day, I might not be as enthused with the story, but that wasn't the case at this particular time. Firth gives a good performance, and I'm always a fan of Moore (even if her accent isn't great). I also thought the score was excellent. I won't call it amazing, but it is above average and has me excited to see what Ford does with his follow-up.
Rated 26 Mar 2014
81
68th
80.500
Rated 10 Sep 2012
4
91st
Interesting mixture of grief and alienation in a lovely looking film.
Rated 26 Oct 2012
90
98th
* Casting, Acting : 10 * Script : 7 * Directing, Aura : 10 * Ease of Viewing : 8 * Naked Eye : 9
Rated 08 Jan 2013
80
73rd
Firth's performance here is far superior to his Oscar winning turn in the King's Speech.
Rated 10 Mar 2013
93
76th
collin firth. I'm not sure if he's just now becoming a great actor or if he's one I just never caught on to. He is great in this movie though. It's a very depressing one, it will make you think. If you don't want to feel shitty though, don't watch it.
Rated 12 May 2013
99
98th
/out of 20: Casting/Acting: 20 Writing/Story/Plot: 19 Directing: 20 Cinematography/Sound: 20 Originality/Bonus: 20 Nathaniel Hawthorne's novels are overdone in the style department; Tom Ford's directorial debut is exactly as it should be. It's not just the words that tell the story. For a film with perhaps even less dialoge than beauty, the emotion is brilliantly portrayed and the characters' brief exchanges are some of my all time favorites.
Rated 09 Sep 2016
55
29th
çok iyi bir sete gözüne kamera lensleri çekilmişcesine girip de garip garip davranmak, o setten ötürü olayı anormal göstermeyecektir ama ister istemez bir yapaylık olacaktır tüm olan bitende. aynen böyle yapay hissettiriyor bu filmde, sanki senaryo masasında onlarca kişi oturup "nasıl istediğim bir şeyi söyleyip bir de çok iyiymiş gibi gösterebiliriz" sorgusu yapmış gibi. ve sakız gibi sünüyor.
Rated 30 Nov 2013
95
92nd
Debuten til Tom Ford, tidligere motemann og reklameskaper. Helt nydelig filmet med god bruk av farger som i en og samme scene kan gå fra svært varmt til helt iskaldt basert på følelseslivet til hovedpersonen. En av de mindre dramatiske selvmordsfilmene jeg har sett, noe som passer den godt. Julianne Moore er også som alltid god, og den tidvis melodramatiske skuespillerteknikken hennes fungerer overraskende godt til figuren hun portretterer. Skal lese boka i nær fremtid for å se hvordan den er.
Rated 21 Dec 2013
55
61st
Watchable film about loss that features some excellent performances.

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