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  1. Juan Javier's rating of the film Scarred Hearts

    Algo lenta, pero conmovedora

  2. Cătălin, HiperCristalin's rating of the film Scarred Hearts

    Știe cineva să traducă din attentionwhoreză în română ce-a vrut să zică prostănacu ăsta?

  3. mariusmuscalu's rating of the film Scarred Hearts

    „Ce frumos miroși, a mare și a lacrimi.“

  4. laura's rating of the film Scarred Hearts

    only got to watch an hour :(

  5. Nabil Hamzaki's rating of the film Scarred Hearts

    "When I seek to reconstruct each moment in its particular sadness or joy, I get the feeling of the transcience of life and the unimportance of what we call human existence."

  6. msmichel's rating of the film Scarred Hearts

    Radu Jude's latest film ('Aferim!', 'The Happiest Girl in the World') is a sobering and well realized tale about a young man suffering from spinal tuberculosis in a sanatorium in 30's Romania. Based on the work of Max Blecher the film would be a joyless affair without strong turns by newcomer Lucian Teodor Rus and especially Ivana Mladenovic ( a director in her own right) who potrays Solange. Well worth a watch.

  7. Samuel Wells's rating of the film Scarred Hearts

    Mubi described this film as melancholy, though the film certainly plays coy I found the film more affected than anything. It adds touches and homages to older films for the sake of having them in the film. The narrative is passable certainly, it is a sound premise and there are no fundamental flaws with the execution. The film still lacks the intangible value that can capture my imagination. Close, but not complete.

  8. Superfrog's rating of the film Scarred Hearts

    A rich story told well in dialogues and images. More entertaining than a Romanian sanatorium film should be, maybe in a way similar to la vita e Bella

  9. lou.'s rating of the film Scarred Hearts

    I'm still moved and deeply touched by this unexpected brilliant movie. I feel overwhelmed, as only one that experienced illness, physical suffering, absolute loneliness, forlorn hope and despair could be. A story about resilience and love, a fatherly one in the first place, but also a genuine desire toward the other sex. Poetry, in words and images, flows around offering moments of comfort and peace. Inevitable end.

  10. Jacques de Villiers's rating of the film Scarred Hearts

    3 1/2. I didn't find it the knockout so many claim it is. It's too long and the central romantic relationship isn't all that compelling or entirely convincing. But the way Jude so carefully orchestrates the frame with human activity is a pleasure to behold. And his staging of these broken and bandaged people fucking manages to be both erotic and heartbreaking, fleshing out the movie's metaphors with full affect.

  11. Diderot's rating of the film Scarred Hearts

    The production design alone for this movie is magnificent. If it's tedious at times, that's because tedium is one of its subjects-- tedium and absurdity and despair, each moment as unremarkable as the next. The periodic intertitles show the twin banality and beauty of the life of the mind.

  12. Valentin C's rating of the film Scarred Hearts

    Describing the film in just one word - 'sublime'. Romanian cinema is on a totally new wave. Congrats to director Radu Jude, to the great filmmaking crew including the editor of course and to talented actors!

  13. MarKamilJan's rating of the film Scarred Hearts

    Interesting. Rumanian interpretation of "Zauberberg"(The Magic Mountain)? .Disease, the hope on healing and the death. Dead of the poet. "The Magic Sea"?

  14. JoAnne Voightlander's rating of the film Scarred Hearts

    The power of this movie messed me up for a while. I found myself acutely aware of details in my ordinary tasks, such as the little noises my motions made as I did laundry & how it might look as I moved through the laundry room. This movie shoves reality in your face even as quotes from the author question existence. If medical procedures/environments and/or frank talk of illness disturb you, it'll get uncomfortable.

  15. Babak Jani's rating of the film Scarred Hearts

    Brilliant cinematography and strong visual storytelling. Deducted 1 star for the bad subtitle.

  16. zoerose's rating of the film Scarred Hearts

    A pleasant surprise from Romanian cinema, Scarred Hearts is not another modern drama set in contemprary Romania or handling the on-going troubles of a post-communist country. Set in a sanatorium around the mid 30s, poet Manuel Blecher passes his days reciting, loving, and despairing in a heterotopic and existential crisis captured in Radu Jude's remarkable cinematography and rich settings.

  17. Graceful Photon's rating of the film Scarred Hearts

    A young man travels to a sanatorium to regain his health. While there his life continues to flow, bringing moments of joy, humor, and sadness, separated by poetic intertitles. The cinematography and acting is first rate, though those with limited patience will probably find the 141 minute running time challenging.

  18. Kevin Matthews's rating of the film Scarred Hearts

    Life in a sanatorium is documented by a young man, our lead, in this enjoyable drama that feels a bit different while covering fairly familiar territory. Direction, script, and acting are all above average. It's just a shame that it overstays its welcome by about half an hour.

  19. captainfez's rating of the film Scarred Hearts

    As much fun as you'd expect a Romanian sanatorium film to be.

  20. David R Williams's rating of the film Scarred Hearts

  21. Priscilla Lee's rating of the film Scarred Hearts

    Subtle yet rich. Beautiful visual from the start to the end. A modern day treasure.

  22. Monkey Flix's rating of the film Scarred Hearts

    It's well photographed, and, um, it's well photographed!

  23. Zachariah Rigby's rating of the film Scarred Hearts

    Each shot in this film captures the visual poetry of every day life in a sanatorium with the same love of light as an impressionist painter. This echoes protagonist Manu's love of life (finding joy even in advertising slogans) in the face of crippling illness and the Iron Guard. Even as the film's tone and palette get darker, Manu (and the camera) embodies defiance and the artist's ability to see and convey beauty.

  24. Alexandrra's rating of the film Scarred Hearts

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