Wonderfully simple and touching film that perfectly gives flesh to the atmosphere of the poem Euphoria by Gunnar Ekelof. I read the poem after seeing the movie, but reading it before would be a good way to tell whether the film is for you. For me this was the first movie that I cried through beginning to end, it really shook me hard, felt extremely real and I could relate to every single character, especially Emilie. I suppose not everyone's life experience allows them to feel what this film presents, even though it's quite universal. It deals with the shaky ground between reconciliation and things left unsaid, weakness and strength, darkness and light, pain and avoidance. It makes you face the instinctive human fear of death in the most exquisitely gripping way. The structure and pace of the film were on point for me, the cast superb, as well as the minimalistic soundtrack - Bowie has the perfect vibe and mood for a cathartic experience as this one (or maybe it's just me being a fan). I went in with no expectations and ended up with a favorite movie and poem, which will be seen and read again and again.
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Sisters in conflict travelling through Europe toward a mystery destination.
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Sense how death and life are as strong as wine inside you...Reviewed byNocturneVote: 10/10
To me we don't see very often movies about dead and illness from this perspective. That's why I think it's not a common script and I like that despite it's a little bit slow.
Poignant, reflective, silence, unspoken. Where is Terence Malik? They did a good job of making Eva Green look very Ill. Personally I couldn't warm to it because the sister was poor written as cliche sour. She was one dimensional to the detraction of the film. I couldn't make it to the end because I identify with going on a bender in Bangkok as my way out and not sitting naked on a swing listening to a string quartet. I get the string quartet. They wanted to make the whole dignity thing classy. For me it must made it nauseous. I figure it ends in a predictable way.If you are a middle aged woman who goes to art house films you'll love this. If you are the Subaru driving bearded husband who drinks Chardonnay with her you will tell her you loved it.It looks well done, just not my thing