It's heartbreak with a very sour sugar. Medem is a very inventive storyteller and he builds a complex love story: it's epic and intimate at the same time. I do think, though, it loses strenght on the final part, when it turns out a little bit over self-explanatory. Besides that, it's Medem being the strong director he always is: I like his eye for reinterpreting cliches to dense sagas - it's a very witty cinema.
So-so glad I came across with this film. I like it better than 'love me if you dare'. Love and its coincidences, things happen for a reason, all roads leads to you, points there folks. And agrees, the still, finally, is the most appropriate still mubi has put up here, most arousing too.
One of the best love stories ever made. Visually stunning with a fable like storyline. Acting is great and cinematography is sensational. I love this movie, saw it by chance and always highly recommend it.
Later in life, and how events have engendered for each (growth, death, self, other "loves") all that remains is love. It is a feeling that this feeling exists, we have at the end of the film at a time when we say ... dramatic life of Hannah, only what comes in mind is the will to move on and find his beloved.