An Elephant Sitting Still
Drama • 2018 • 3 hr 54 min
If you feel like really challenging yourself to watch a dauntingly long story that engages every level of cinematic creativity, this is it.
It’s a slow burning four hours character study. Depressing but powerful
Well directed epic adventure of nihilistic heroes
More than a tad overlong, but still an insightful examination into the lives of those slowly realizing their lives won’t get any better.
Maybe not everyone's favorite but there is a certain magic to the film ... it burns slowly ...
A quiet slow depressing experience like nothing before. I never thought I'd want to rewatch a four-hour foreign film. I fell in love with it
a story of flawed characters suffering through a day when life becomes too much, carefully constructed to capture tedium, pain and emptiness
Not for everyone, but if you have 4 hours of spare time, it's well worth it. Dark but beautiful, this is a masterpiece and a piece of art.
Beautiful film, definitely for people who like slow, sensitive, subtle movies, one of the best of that kind.
A dark corner of the world where people seek for something close to the truth.