A Matter of Life and Death
Comedy • PG • 1946 • 1 hr 44 min
Every human should see this, before they leave this planet.
An overlooked classic, packed with emotion.
Dated, but beautifully written, shot and directed.
A well acted and directed film about, you guessed, life and death. Visually gorgeous
An okay story and worked out properly. Just wasn’t my scene. Wasn’t into the delivery or stylization.
Unexpected but can be enlightening and interesting if I keep an open mind lol
Beautifully shot. Amazing movie.
Brilliant movie needs to be watched
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