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  1. pluviosity's rating of the film A Bride for Rip Van Winkle

    a liar must always understand the truth.

  2. lIZUKA's rating of the film A Bride for Rip Van Winkle

    You do better watch it mindfully because there's nothing similar out there.

  3. Séon Kim's rating of the film A Bride for Rip Van Winkle

  4. mávros skýlos's rating of the film A Bride for Rip Van Winkle

  5. -REM-'s rating of the film A Bride for Rip Van Winkle

  6. Setya Rahmah's rating of the film A Bride for Rip Van Winkle

    Re-read "Membuat Senang Seekor Gajah" by Eka Kurniawan.

  7. Maudy Puteri Agusdina's rating of the film A Bride for Rip Van Winkle

    Happiness has a limit. Fake or original, that doesn't matter anymore.

  8. TZUHSIEN TANG's rating of the film A Bride for Rip Van Winkle

  9. letters never sent's rating of the film A Bride for Rip Van Winkle

    Weaker than Iwai's other films, but still as charming. A part of it is certainly a commentary, not just on modern day Japanese society, but the entire world. Our interconnected lives through wires and fibre optics, still make us quite disconnected and lacking intimacy with people. Never quite figured out Amuro's motivation though

  10. C҉ă҉t҉ă҉l҉i҉n҉'s rating of the film A Bride for Rip Van Winkle

    What a great surprise! Up there, if not better than All About Lily Chou-Chou.

  11. VincentVendetta's rating of the film A Bride for Rip Van Winkle

    We're fated to pretend. Like many epics of our time, A Brid for Rip Van Winkle is formed of sparse, incongruous parts (the heavy, depressing second quarter being the worst culprit), and yet it builds into a strange and fascinating whole. Many ideas could have made for an entire film, like the comical wedding scenes, but putting them together make for a sincere opus about identity and relationships in the 21st century

  12. Carlos Filipe Freitas's rating of the film A Bride for Rip Van Winkle

    Exhibiting an adventurous camerawork, Mr. Iwai draws delicate movements and strong dramatic intonations during this three-hour director’s cut. (3.5 stars)