El amor perdido y del amor recuperado. Abrumados por recuerdos románticos, Dean y Cindy pasan una noche intentando salvar su matrimonio. Ryan Gosling y Michelle Williams protagonizan este retrato de una pareja que se hunde.
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Love his surname though: Sounds like chan (cian)+france: so it's like chan (Cat Power's MARSHALL <3) plus France (my second most favourite country in Europe, after my homeland). This is like adding 2 loves in one's surname and then adding it to the actual name of a great great great great GREAT film-maker. I deeply thank this man for one of the most rewarding film experiences I've had had in recent years. *bows down*
The ring in the grass scene is one of the most moving in cinema. This romantic dystopia is bruising but strangely beautiful all at once. Definitely not a date movie, but a deeply sincere reflection on the nature of damaged love.
Well preformed and beautifully filmed but the editing makes it seem as though these characters exist without a present; even though the movie is ostensibly present day/flashbacks, it feels more like you're seeing a halcyon past and a bleak future juxtaposed with little context and that sometimes makes it hard to feel as involved as the film seems to think you should.
"How do you trust your feelings when they can just disappear like that? " This quote sums it all. A beautiful and also awful insight of an up-and-down relationship in equal measures. The chemistry between Gosling and Williams are pitch perfect.
sublime. this film was refreshing and surprising in how dark it was willing to go. the lead performances were oustanding, there was everything in them you could ask for. the editing was brilliant in this too, and came to the fore near the end when it showed the contrast between what one person thinks and the other, the complete opposite. this film was the afterlife of cassavetes. now, if only there was more of this.
Good movie, but would have been so much better if their relationship was more well developed. It was easy and painful to identify with the situation, but I just couldn't feel much about the characters.
i used to like this a lot, thought it was well tragic - one sided romances are, it didn't appear she ever loved him... but then came pines and i found watching (amongst other things) yet another weak hopeless female who needed saving worrying. i dunno about this dude, something's fishy.