One of the best films I may have ever seen, the entire cast is perfect in the dictionary definition of perfect: complete beyond theoretical improvement. Everything is a metaphor for everything: the length of the film, the mountains, the word "Brokeback," the different homes. It's smart. A love portrait that is real, beautifully filmed, and the score may be the saddest bit. (Michelle Williams = unsung hero).
Beautiful, although a little choppy here and there. The film is missing something small yet noticeable, but I can't quite put my finger on what it is. Impeccable, astounding performances by Jake Gyllenhaal and ESPECIALLY Heath Ledger. Wow, he really was something. The more of his films I see, the more I realise what a loss his death was to us.