A Perfect Day
Comedy • R • 2015 • 1 hr 46 min
Surprising good. Dark tragic warm comedy. If you want to know what that is, you should watch it.
this was a surprising film showing almost the real situation of how hard aid work can be... its a different and tense world
It was going good but the end destroy all what the plot was doing
A fantastic movie that sadly went overlooked. The characters and the situations they face feel very natural. Despite the setting, a fun film
A meditation on the complexities of the world and aid work specifically. Makes you question morality vs. realism, and how perspective is key
We went to this film cause the others were full and it was a great surprise! Nice little film.
A Netflix find, surprisingly enjoyable despite a subject which can veer into the unnecessarily depressing. Worth more than its reputation.
Surprisingly great movie! Real world themes. Tragic scenarios mixed with sarcasm and humor. I'm glad I found this film.
Under-noticed movie that was extremely good with wonderful low-key performances from benicio and the rest of the cast.
an okay movie, one time watch from me. Love the comedy that Tim Robbins's character brings
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