Drama • R • 1984 • 2 hr 25 min
The way this film is shot and directed defines my taste. Love it
Really strange and slow. A hardcore character study. The plot is secondary to the characters expierneces.
Some shots were so beautiful that I genuinely wanted to pause the movie so I could look at them a little longer.
Soulful, sad, well written, and brilliantly acted.
Beautiful use of color and a slow burn story that pays off in the end.
This movie belongs to Stanton. It is a sad story. A story is full of grief, love and loss. Be patient - it's very slow.
This depiction of man's loneliness and sorrow cannot be replicated today.
Contains one of the best shots in any film ever made, beautifully constructed and has a hauntingly resonant story. Amazing
when u impregnate a 17 year old but in a poetic way
Such a beautiful drama. Amazing cinematography and soundtrack. Wonderful mise en scene. Great movie by the way...
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