A Hidden Life
Drama • PG-13 • 2019 • 2 hr 54 min
This one will stay with you. Meditative, introspective, and thought provoking. Beautiful landscapes and cinematography.
Such a intimicy, so utopic. Life is beautiful and dark at the Dame time
A slow and reflective exploration into an unwavering moral character and its repercussions on those around. Great cinematography.
Beautiful cinematography, emotional and spiritual, by the way it's a Malick's movie..
Indescribably beautiful. It talks directly to your soul.
It exists to teach its moral but it also acknowledges the uselessness of art trying to teach morality. A special gem in Malick's filmography
Not Malick’s best, but extremely good. It’s a little unfocused, even by Malick’s standards, but otherwise, it’s fantastic.
In one sense, is profound, particularly second half; but it’s do show it feels like little is actually happening. Borders on boring.
Gorgeous, slow, ethereal, meandering, frustrating, captivating. In other words a Malick film. Rewarding if you know what you're in for.
Malick returns to more of a traditional story and it makes for an intensely human and powerful watch. It may be my favorite of the year!
A stranger mentors a young Reno gambler who weds a hooker and befriends a vulgar casino regular.
In 1916, a Chicago steel worker accidentally kills his supervisor and flees to the Texas panhandle with his girlfriend and little sister to work harvesting wheat in the fields of a stoic farmer.
1921 New York. An immigrant woman is tricked into a life of burlesque and vaudeville until a dazzling magician tries to save her and reunite her with her sister who is being held in the confines of Ellis Island.
A veteran actress comes face-to-face with an uncomfortable reflection of herself when she agrees to take part in a revival of the play that launched her career 20 years earlier.
After falling in love in Paris, Marina and Neil come to Oklahoma, where problems arise. Their church's Spanish-born pastor struggles with his faith, while Neil encounters a woman from his childhood.
Polish immigrant Karol Karol finds himself out of a marriage, a job and a country when his French wife, Dominique, divorces him after six months due to his impotence. Forced to leave France after losing the business they jointly owned, Karol enlists fellow Polish expatriate Mikołaj to smuggle him back to their homeland.
Salvador Mallo, a filmmaker in the twilight of his career, remembers his life: his mother, his lovers, the actors he worked with. The sixties in a small village in Valencia, the eighties in Madrid, the present, when he feels an immeasurable emptiness, facing his mortality, the incapability of continuing filming, the impossibility of separating creation from his own life. The need of narrating his past can be his salvation.
On a faraway mountaintop, eight kids with guns watch over a hostage and a conscripted milk cow.