The Best Offer
Drama • R • 2013 • 2 hr 11 min
one of the best plot twist I've ever seen
Overall, brilliant yet not particularly profound. Eminently watchable. The writing is well done, yet not brilliant. Best watch this quarter.
Bizarre, suspenseful, great cinematography. Intense in a slow way. Predictable but still not. One of the more odd experiences lately.
Such an incredible film. I have watched it at least 5 times.
Nice plot twist. Intimate drama, interesting characters.
I find it odd that the critics hated this film. Stylish, subversive, and surreal, it provides an enjoyable (albeit not too profound) watch.
It's a very slow drama that is all about the emotional state of the main character. Skip it if you don't like such things. 10/10 for me.
i couldnt guess the ending. for me it was a nice twist. definitely worth to watch.
Great ending for a beautiful, yet disturbing story.
This reminded me strongly of The Spanish Prisoner, which is a high compliment. Kept me wondering what was going to happen next.
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