Drama • R • 2018 • 1 hr 28 min
Pure cinema. And a must for anyone with any interest in Eastern bloc Cold War experience
The story is beautiful and the characters are great. I just wish it when on for a little longer. It also would've worked as a short film
Brilliant film with gorgeous cinematography. Very deserving of it's awards and nominations
The story may be in need of some polishing, but I’ll concede that “Cold War” is really well made.
Spanning nearly 20 years in the life of two Polish people in the time of Soviet rule. A bitter-sweet love story. Touching and beautiful.
Slow but still pretty good. Amazing cinematography.
A beautiful and artsy film on the levels of content and cinematography.
Cold War affected me in ways I'm not yet ready to describe. It's truly a perfect film. Just go watch it.
An amazing direction from polish filmmaker Pawlikowski and an immaculate photography in black and white. It's slow and it's beautiful.
A beautiful homage to a bygone era of cinema that never feels too snobbish.
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